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Answers to Exercise 45 Using have or has

Exercise 45 Fill in the spaces with have or has

Example:

A spider ___ six legs. A spider has six legs.

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Exercise 45 Using have or has

Exercise 45 Fill in the spaces with have or has

 

Example:

A spider ___ six legs. A spider has six legs.

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12.1 Using primary verb: have

Have is an important primary verb. It works by itself as a main verb or with another verb as a helping verb.

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Answers to Exercise 38 Using possessive pronouns

Exercise 38 Using possessive pronouns

Example:

This house belongs to them.

It is theirs .

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Exercise 39 Using possessive pronouns

Exercise 39 Rewrite each sentence using a possessive pronoun

Examples:

These ponies belong to Mr Lou.

They are his.

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Exercise 38 Using possessive pronouns

Exercise 38  Rewrite each sentence using a possessive pronoun

Example:

This house belongs to them.

It is theirs .

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10.4 Possessive pronouns

We use the question word which to find out what thing belongs to a person, and we normally answer with a possessive pronoun. Remember, ‘you’ can be singular or plural.

The question word which is an interrogative pronoun. Interrogative means questioning. We can use it for living things and non-living things.

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