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  1. Bilge Gökçen

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    Have Fiilinin Bütün Kullanılışları - Alıştırmalar

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    HAVE - POSSESSIVE In British English, have meaning possess is not normally conjugatec with do except when there is an idea of habit.
    / haven't (got) a watch, (present possession)
    How many corners has a (a characteristic rather than a habit cube?

    He doesn 't usually have time (habit) to study.

    In the past, did is used for habit; otherwise either form is possible:
    Did you have/Had you an umbrella when you left the house?


    In other English-speaking countries, however, the do forms are used almost exclusively. It would therefore be possible to use do/did forms throughout the following exercises (except in no. 27), but students are asked to use have not/have you forms where they could be used. Where both are equally usual this will be noted in the key.

    Fill the spaces with the correct forms of have, adding got where possible. Only one space will be left in each clause, but note that got may be separated from have by another word. When a negative form is required '(negative)' will be placed at the end of the example.

    1 He is standing there in the rain and . . . even the sense to put up his umbrella, (negative)
    2 He . . . a cold in the head. ~
    That's nothing new; he always . . . a cold.

    3 I . . . brainwaves very often, but I . . . one now. (1st verb negative)
    4 It is no good arguing with someone who . . . a bee in his bonnet.
    5 Why don't you say something? You . . . an excuse? (negative)
    6 You . . . this toothache yesterday?
    7 How many letters . . . the alphabet?
    8 The houses in your country . . . flat roofs?
    9 You . . . the time? ( = Do you know the time?) -
    No, I . . . a watch, (negative)

    10 You ever . . . an impulse to smash something?
    11 He . . . Ј1,000 a year when his father dies.
    12 Air passengers usually . . . much luggage, (negative)
    13 You . . . any objection to sitting with your back to the engine?
    14 Oysters . . . always pearls in them. (negative)
    15 Your door . . . a little hole through which you can peep at callers? (negative)
    16 You . . . a match on you? ~
    No, I don't smoke so I never . . . matches.

    17 What is your opinion? ~
    I . . . an opinion? (negative)

    18 That cup . . . a crack in it.
    19 You . . . any suspicion who did it?
    20 This desk . . . a secret drawer? ~
    No, modern desks ever . . . secret drawers. (negative)

    21 When you go to a place for the first time, you ever . . . a feeling that you've been there
    before?
    22 Babies . . . teeth when they're born?
    23 How many sides . . . a pentagon?
    24 Our cat . . . kittens every year. ~
    How many she . . . each time?

    25 They say that if children . . . complete freedom when they are young, they . . . inhibitions when they grow up. (2nd verb negative)
    26 You . . . mosquitoes in your country in summer?
    27 You . . . children?~
    Yes, I . . . two, a boy and a girl.

    28 You . . . a motor cycle? ~
    No, I only . . . an ordinary bicycle, but I . . . a motor cycle next year.

    29 Why do you suddenly want to back out? You . . . cold feet?
    30 Customer: You . . . any mushrooms today?
    Shopkeeper: We usually . . . them but I'm afraid we . . . any at the moment.

    (last verb negative)
    31 I think I know the man you mean. He . . . one blue eye and one brown one? (negative)
    32 Children nowadays . . . far too much pocket money. I . . . any when I was at school. (2nd verb negative)
    33 We were always getting lost in the desert. ~
    You . . . compasses? (negative)

    34 Red-haired people always . . . bad tempers?
    35 Do you think we should eat this meat? It . . . a very nice smell. (negative)
    36 The stairs are on fire! You . . . a long rope?



     
  2. Bilge Gökçen

    Bilge Gökçen Yeni Üye Üye

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    Cevap: Have Fiilinin Bütün Kullanılışları - Alıştırmalar
    (As mentioned in the note, the do/did form could be used throughout except in no. 27, and of course for the future.)
    1 hasn't even (got) 2 has (got), has/has always got 3 don't have, have (got) 4 has (got)
    5 haven't you (got) 6 did you have/had you. 7 has the alphabet (got) 8 do the houses have/have the houses (got) 9 have you (got), haven't (got) 10 do you ever have II he'll have 12 don't usually have 13 have you (got) 14 don't always have 15 hasn't your door (got) 16 have you (got), have 17 haven't (got) 18 has (got) 19 have you 20 has this desk (got), don't ever have/never have 21 do you ever have 22 do babies have 23 has/has
    a pentagon got 24 has, does she have 25 have, won't/don't have 26 do you have 27 have you (got), have (got) 28 have you (got), I only have/have only (got), will have 29 have you (got) 30 have you (got), have, haven't (got) 31 hasn't he (got) 32 have, didn't
    have/hadn't 33 didn't you have 34 do red-haired people always have/have red-haired people always got 35 hasn't (got) 36 have you (got)

     
  3. Bilge Gökçen

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    Cevap: Have Fiilinin Bütün Kullanılışları - Alıştırmalar

    have can mean take (a meal/lesson/bath, etc.), entertain (guests), encounter (difficulty, etc.), enjoy (a time/journey, etc.). When used in these ways:
    (a) have usually forms its negative and interrogative with do.
    (b) have can be used in the continuous tenses.


    Put the correct form of have into the following sentences. Use am having, is having, etc., as a future form.
    1 We . . . some friends in for dinner tomorrow night.
    2 You . . . a good journey yesterday?
    3 Don't disturb him; he . . . a rest.
    4 We . . . lunch early tomorrow.
    5 How many lessons he . . . a week? ~
    He usually . . . four.

    6 You . . . earthquakes in your country?
    7 What time you . . . breakfast? ~
    We usually . . . it at 8.00.

    8 What you . . . for breakfast? ~
    We . . . toast and coffee.

    9 Why you . . . a cooked breakfast? (negative) ~
    It's too much trouble.

    10 Why were they making such a noise? -
    They . . . an argument.

    11 You . . . a thunderstorm yesterday?
    12 Come in, we . . . a debate.
    13 You . . . a cup of coffee? ~
    Yes, please.

    14 We . . . a meeting tomorrow to discuss safety precautions.
    15 The tree just missed the roof, we . . . a very lucky escape.
    16 How did you damage your car? You . . . an accident?
    17 I . . . a look at that house tomorrow. If I like it I'll buy it.
    18 We . . . very bad weather just now.
    19 I . . . a very interesting conversation with the milkman when my
    neighbour interrupted me.

    20 English people always . . . roast beef for lunch on Sundays?
    21 It is difficult to learn a foreign language when you . . . an
    opportunity of speaking it. (negative)

    22 The farmers . . . a lot of trouble with foxes at present.
    23 On the whole women drivers . . . so many accidents as men drivers.
    (negative)

    24 You . . . anything to eat before you left home? ~
    Oh yes, I . . . bacon and eggs.

    25 You . . . any difficulty getting into your flat last night?
    26 Are you enjoying yourself? ~
    Yes, I . . . a wonderful time.

    27 How often he . . . a singing lesson?
    28 You . . . a good night? ~
    No, I slept very badly.

    29 Why were they late? ~
    They . . . a puncture.

    30 We . . . a party here next week. Would you like to come?
    31 Why didn't you speak to her? ~
    I
    . . . a chance. (negative)

    32 We . . . a lecture next Monday.
    33 I . . . tea with her tomorrow.
    34 He . . . an operation next week.
    35 He ever . . . nightmares?
    36 When he got tired of it I . . . a try. ~
    You . . . any luck? ~
    Yes, I caught a great big fish.
     
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    1 are having 2 did you have/had you 3 is having 4 are having 5 does he have, he usually has 6 do you have 7 do you have, have 8 do you have, have 9 don't you have 10 were having II did you have/had you 12 are having 13 will you have 14 are having 15 had 16 did you have 17 am having 18 are having 19 was having 20 do English people always have 21 don't have/haven't 22 are having 23 don't have 24 did you have/had you, had 25 did you have/had you 26 am having 27 does he have 28 did you have/had you 29 had
    30 are having 31 didn't have/hadn't 32 are having 33 am having 34 is having 35 does he
    ever have 36 had, did you have/had you
     
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    Cevap: Have Fiilinin Bütün Kullanılışları - Alıştırmalar
    Part I Fill in the spaces by inserting the correct form of have. Use am/is/are having as a future form. (get can be used instead of have, but is more colloquial.)

    1 I . . . my house painted. That is why there is all this mess.
    2 My hair looks dreadful; I think I . . . it set tomorrow.
    3 The attic was dark so last year we . . . skylight put in.
    4 That dead tree is dangerous. I . . . it cut down tomorrow.
    5 We . . . just . . . central heating installed. The house is warm!
    6 I can't read Greek so I . . . the documents translated. My nephew is helping with
    the translation.
    7 . . . you . . . the film developed or did you develop it yourself?
    8 Why ...he... all his shoes specially made?
    He says that he has to because his feet are different sizes.

    9 . . . you . . . your milk delivered or do you go to the shop for it?
    10 If you hate cleaning fish why . . . you . . . them cleaned at the
    fishmonger's? (negative)

    11 How often . . . you . . . your brakes tested?
    12 I'm afraid it's rather draughty here but 1... that broken pane replaced tomorrow.

    Part 2 Fill in the spaces by inserting the correct form of have, the past participle of the verb in brackets and, where necessary, a pronoun.

    13 Your ankle is very swollen. You'd better . . . it . . . (x-ray)
    14 Your roof is leaking, you should . . . it . . . (repair)
    15 The trousers are too long; I must . . . (shorten)
    16 No one will be able to read your notes. ~
    I know; I . . . them . . . (type)

    17 That's a good piano but you should . . . it . . . (tune)
    18 Why don't you . . . the document . . . ? (photocopy)
    19 He didn't like the colour of the curtains so he . . . (dye)
    20 He went to a garage to . . . the puncture . . . (mend)
    21 His arm was broken so he had to go to hospital to . . . (set)
    22 The battery is all right now. I . . . just . . . it . . . (recharge)
    23 It's a beautiful photo. I'm going to . . . (enlarge)
    24 Be careful of those knives. I . . . just . . . (sharpen)

    Part 3 Rewrite the sentences using a have + object + past participle construction and omitting the words in bold type.
    I employed a plumber to examine my boiler.
    I had my boiler examined.


    25 I pay a garage to service my car.
    26 The tap keeps dripping so I must send for a plumber to see to it.
    27 I paid a watchmaker to clean my watch.
    28 An artist is painting her portrait. She . . .
    29 They arranged for the police to arrest the man.
    30 He paid a lorry driver to tow the car to a garage.
    31 They are employing builders to build a garage.
    32 I pay a window cleaner to clean my windows every month.
    33 I went to an oculist and he tested my eyes for me.
    34 The old gypsy is telling Tom's fortune. Tom . . .
    35 I asked the fishmonger to open the oysters for me.
    36 I went to a jeweller and he pierced my ears for me.
     
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    Cevap: Have Fiilinin Bütün Kullanılışları - Alıştırmalar

    l am having 2 will have 3 had 4 am having 5 have just had 6 am having 7 did you have 8 does he have 9 do you have 10 don't you have 11 do you have 12 am having 13 have it x-rayed 14 have it repaired 15 have them shortened 16 am having them typed 17 have it tuned 18 have the document photocopied 19 had them dyed 20 have it mended 21 have it set 22 have just had it re-charged 23 to have it enlarged 24 have just had them
    sharpened 25 have my car serviced 26 have it seen to 27 had my watch cleaned 28 is having her portrait painted 29 they had the man arrested 30 he had the car towed 31 are having a garage built 32 have my windows cleaned 33 had my eyes tested 34 is having
    his fortune told 35 had the oysters opened 36 had my ears pierced
     
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