Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Seventh Class - American English - Has/ Have

Rule of Has/ Have in American English Speaking Course

Rule of Has/ Have

1.    He/ She has Action (III-rd)...
I/ You have Action (III-rd)...
2.    He/ She hasn't Action (III-rd)...
I/ You haven't Action (III-rd)...
3.    Has he/ she Action (III-rd)?
Have I/ you Action (III-rd)?
4.    "Wh" Question word + Has he/ she Action (III-rd)?
"Wh" Question word + Have I/ you Action (III-rd)?
5.    Hasn't he/ she Action (III-rd)?
Haven't I/ you Action (III-rd)?
Rule of Has/ Have in American English Speaking Course

Example Sentences

Present Perfect Tense - Affirmative Sentences

I have walked.         
He has purchased book.               
She has applied this paste on her face.            
He has got annoyed.
They have listened this music.
We have introspected oneself.   
He has got success in his work.  
You have memorized something.           
She has considered you a fool.   
You have expected to do this.    
He has done this work.     
You have gone astray.      
You have struck against the government.       
You have taken money to do this.         
You have taken bath today.        
He has spent money.        
You have gone.       

Present Perfect Tense - Negative Sentences

I haven't walked.    
He hasn't purchased book.                      
She hasn't applied this paste on her face.                   
He hasn't got annoyed.
They haven't listened this music.
We haven't introspected oneself.          
He hasn't got success in his work.         
You haven't memorized something.      
She hasn't considered you a fool.          
You haven't expected to do this.
He hasn't done this work.
You haven't gone astray. 
You haven't struck against the government.  
You haven't taken money to do this.    
You haven't taken bath today.   
He hasn't spent money.   
You haven't gone.  

Present Perfect Tense - Interrogative Sentences

Have I walked?       
Have you gone?      
Has he purchased book?              
Has she applied this paste on her face?                       
Has he got annoyed?
Have they listened this music?
Have we introspected oneself?  
Has he got success in his work? 
Have you memorized something?         
Has she considered you a fool?  
Have you expected to do this?   
Has he done this work?    
Have you gone astray?     
Have you struck against the government?      
Have you taken money to do this?        
Have you taken bath today?       
Has he spent money?       

Present Perfect Tense - "Wh" Questions

Who has listened this music?     
What have you introspected oneself?  
Why has he got success in his work?    
Why have you memorized something?
Where has she thrashed?
When has she considered you a fool?  
When have you expected to do this?   
How has he done this work?       
How have you gone astray?        
What time have you struck against the government?          
How many money have you taken?       
How much milk have you taken?
How long have you stayed here?           
How often has he spent money?
How far have you gone?  

Present Perfect Tense - Interrogative Negative Sentences

Haven't I walked?  
Haven't you gone? 
Hasn't he purchased book?                     
Hasn't she applied this paste on her face?                  
Hasn't he got annoyed?
Haven't they listened this music?
Haven't we introspected oneself?         
Hasn't he got success in his work?        
Haven't you memorized something?    
Hasn't she considered you a fool?         
Haven't you expected to do this?          
Hasn't he done this work?           
Haven't you gone astray?
Haven't you struck against the government? 
Haven't you taken money to do this?   
Haven't you taken bath today?  
Hasn't he spent money?
Who hasn't listened this music?
What haven't you introspected oneself?         
Why hasn't he got success in his work?           
Why haven't you memorized something?       
Where hasn't she thrashed?       
When hasn't she considered you a fool?         
When haven't you expected to do this?

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