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Exercise 1. Put the verb “to have” into the Present Indefinite Tense

1. She … one sister and two brothers. 2. We … a large library at school. 3. They … a new car. 4. She … green eyes. 5. Helen … a headache. 6. The secretary … a new computer. 7. Mr. Smith’s office … three large windows. 8. We … many friends in Moscow. 9. Both brothers … red hair. 10. Harry’s dog … a long tail.

Exercise 2. Put the verb “to have” into the Past or Future Indefinite Tense.

1. We … a party a few weeks ago. 2. Shall we … something to eat? 3. I was thirsty, so I … a glass of water. 4. Yesterday he … very little time and could not finish his work. 5. We … much free time tomorrow morning. 6. My sister’s friend … a large library. 7. He … a bad cold yesterday, and he is still ill today. 8. They … much work yesterday evening, but now they are quite free. 9. They … their dinner together yesterday. 10. Tomorrow we … an important meeting at the Institute.

Exercise 3. Put the verb “to have” into the correct Tense Form.

1. Mary … a large family.

2. We … much work tomorrow.

3. They … an English lesson yesterday.

4. I … many interesting books.

5. They … an examination next week.

6. I … time to think about it tomorrow.

7. He didn’t do this work. He … no time.

8. They … a nice room in the center of the city.

9. Next Sunday I … time to play chess with you.

10. I did not write her add / ress. I … no fountain-pen about me.

Exercise 4. Choose the right variant.

1. My brother … English magazines.

a) have b) has

2. We … textbooks.

a) have b) had

3. I … many relatives.

a) have b) will have

4. They … three English classes last week.

a) had b) has

5. He … a big family.

a) will have b) had

6. We had … much time.

a) no b) not

7. We … all conditions.

a) shall have b) es has

8. He … today’s newspaper

a) have b) has

9. She … time to go out the town the day before yesterday.

a) had b) has

10. They … a fine garden next year.

a) had b) will have

Exercise 5. Define the function of the verb “to have”.

a) notional,

b) auxiliary,

c) modal,

d) part of a set phrase.

1. It has been a hard day. 2. We have no time left. 3. My father has a farm in the North of Scotland. 4. She had ten minutes before she had to leave for work. 5. 10. I’ve never been to Athens and I’ve never been to Rome. 6. I have to work tomorrow. 7. Have they a car? – No, they haven’t bought one yet. 8. Let’s have a break. 9. It has been raining since morning.

Степени сравнения прилагательных и наречий

Способ образования степеней сравнения прилагательных и наречий в английском языке зависит от количества слогов, из которых они состоят.

Имена прилагательные и наречия в английском языке имеют три степени сравнения:



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