Has Have Had Exercises

Have you ever felt confused about when you can use the helping verbs ‘has, have or had’? Not just you, but many students, irrespective of their age, have felt confused while using these auxiliary verbs in English Grammar. Many times, students have used these helping verbs in the wrong context. So how would you be sure that the next time you use ‘has/have/had’, they are used in the correct context?

BYJU’S has come up with exercises using which you can easily practise these helping verbs and develop the idea of when you can use them. The following exercises provided by BYJU’S are absolutely free, and students of various boards such as CBSE and ICSE and state boards can practise them.

Has Have Had Exercises with Answers

Getting exercises along with answers for practice can be difficult. Since most exercises just come with questions, it becomes difficult for students to check whether they have attempted the exercises correctly or not. To solve this problem, BYJU’S provides you with ‘has have had’ exercises with answers. So that you can now easily check the answers you attempted.

Use ‘Has’ or ‘Have’

Fill in the blanks with ‘has’ or ‘have’.

  1. Rima ___ a function to attend.
  2. Draco ___ a dog named Max.
  3. The girl ___ curly brown hair.
  4. The child ___ a beautiful bicycle.
  5. Rita ___ your bag.
  6. Do you ___ Sam’s contact number?
  7. I ___ a little box of jewellery.
  8. They __ a little house by the beach.
  9. The house ___ no extra rooms.
  10. The children ___ their own dresses.
  11. Rio and Ira ___ watched Avengers Endgame.
  12. The boys ___ a big basketball.
  13. I ___ a brother and sister.
  14. Tina ___ a superhero toy.
  15. The girls ___ arranged this party.
  16. The dog ___ been serving the police for years.
  17. The tree ___ grown very big.
  18. They ___ gone to the amusement park.
  19. He ___ not slept the whole night.
  20. I ___ completed my homework.

Answers –

  1. Rima has a function to attend.
  2. Draco has a dog named Max.
  3. The girl has curly brown hair.
  4. The child has a beautiful bicycle.
  5. Rita has your bag.
  6. Do you have Sam’s contact number?
  7. I have a little box of jewellery.
  8. They have a little house by the beach.
  9. The house has no extra rooms.
  10. The children have their own dresses.
  11. Rio and Ira have watched Avengers Endgame.
  12. The boys have a big basketball.
  13. I have a brother and sister.
  14. Tina has a superhero toy.
  15. The girls have arranged this party.
  16. The dog has been serving the police for years.
  17. The tree has grown very big.
  18. They have gone to the amusement park.
  19. He has not slept the whole night.
  20. I have completed my homework.

Use ‘Has’ and ‘Had’

Fill in the blanks with either ‘has’ or ‘had’.

  1. The boys ___ a fight yesterday.
  2. The baby ___ a blanket.
  3. The dog __ an injury, but now he’s fine.
  4. I ___ rabbits when I was young.
  5. Tia ___ an ear infection.
  6. India ___ many states.
  7. My uncle ___ a white coat which he used to wear.
  8. The tiger ___ sharp claws.
  9. The girl __ broken her leg a few months ago.
  10. Natasha ___ a sweet smile.
  11. The children ___ a lot of fun last night.
  12. His grandparents ___ passed away a long time ago.
  13. William Shakespeare ___ written many plays before his death.
  14. ___ the baby fallen asleep?
  15. The girl ___ a purple dress that she wears every Monday..

Answers –

  1. The boys had a fight yesterday.
  2. The baby has a blanket.
  3. The dog had an injury, but now he’s fine.
  4. I had rabbits when I was young.
  5. Tia has an ear infection.
  6. India has many states.
  7. My uncle had a white coat which he used to wear.
  8. The tiger has sharp claws.
  9. The girl had broken her leg a few months ago.
  10. Natasha has a sweet smile.
  11. The children had a lot of fun last night.
  12. His grandparents had passed away a long time ago.
  13. William Shakespeare had written many plays before his death.
  14. Has the baby fallen asleep?
  15. The girl has a purple dress that she wears every Monday.

These exercises will solve your worries about How to Learn English. You can easily solve these exercises and check your answers from the given solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions on Has Have Had Exercises

When can I use ‘had’?

The helping verb ‘had’ is used to denote past tense, i.e., denoting an action in the past time.

When to use ‘have’?

One can use ‘have’ with I, you and any plural subject in the present tense.

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