Use of Has and Have Worksheets for Grade 1
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Every parent wants their kids to be able to be successful. Reading and writing correctly is one of the milestones that dictates this success. Since the language of English is an international language that is an official language in several countries across the globe, it is one of the most sought-after languages in this day and age. Hence, it is necessary for one to know how to speak or write correctly in the language of English.
English is a very vast language. There are several rules that dictate grammar. The rules regarding the use of articles, tenses, voices are some of them. One of the basic rules in English grammar is regarding the use of has and have. ‘Have’ and ‘has’ are used when we need to express possession. There are certain rules that dictate which of the two would be used in a particular sentence.
Use of Has and Have – Class 1 English Worksheets
‘Has’ and ‘have’ are present verb forms. Generally, ‘has’ and ‘have’ are used interchangeably but the rules must be followed to make it grammatically sound. ‘Have’ is the root verb and is generally used alongside the pronouns I, you, we, they, and plural nouns. We use ‘have’ with a first and second person, i.e. with I, We, You, etc, and also with the third person when the sentence starts with ‘they’. On the other hand, ‘has’ is used with a third person, i.e. He, She, It, etc. It is the present tense of ‘have’ used only with third-person singular, and singular nouns.
The worksheet focuses on the use of has and have. It has several exercises that would help children understanding the difference between the two. In the first five sheets, children have to select the correct verb form. As shown in the example they need to tick the correct verb form and write it on the blank space provided.
The following exercises explain the use of ‘had’ and other verbs in a sentence. ‘Had’ is the past form of ‘has’ and ‘have’. Like ‘has’ and ‘have’ it also expresses possession but it is used only when a sentence is written in the past tense. In the following exercises, children have to read the sentences and mark a tick or cross on the underlined verb.
The last three sheets of the worksheet are regarding the use of ‘am’, ‘is’, ‘are’, ‘was’, ‘were’, ‘has’, ‘have’, and ‘had’. Students are to read each of the given sentences and color the correct verb form that fits in the space provided.
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