The Present Simple. Types of sentences. The structure of the simple sentence. Members of a sentence.

1. The subject answers the questions who and what. 2. The predicate answers the question what does the subject do? 3. The indirect object answers the question whom. 4. The direct object answers the question whom? what? 5. The prepositional object answers the question about whom, about what, with whom? 6. The adverbial modifier of manner answers the question how? 7. The adverbial modifier of place answers the question where? 8. The adverbial modifier of time answers the question when? The adverbial modifier of time can stand at the beginning or at the end of the sentence. 9. The attribute answers the questions what, whose, which etc. The attribute can stand anywhere and always connected with noun/nouns.

The form of the verb 'have' in the Present Simple.

Pronouns Affirmative Negative Question
I/you/we/they I have a car. I do not have a car. Do I have a car?
he/she/it He has a bike. He does not have a bike. Does he have a bike?

1. Write down the missing sentences. Use'have'and the auxiliary'do'.

Pronouns Affirmative Negative Question
I I have a car.
you You do not have a dog.
he Does he have a bike?
she She has a brother.
it It does not have a window.
we Do we have time?
you You have a chance.
they They do not have money.

2. Put in have or has into the gaps.

e.g.:I _____ a brother. I have a brother.

1. You _____ a sister.

2. He _____ a cat.

3. She _____ a dog.

4. It _____ Bluetooth.

5. We _____ books.

6. You _____ a nice room.

7. They _____ pets.

8. He _____a book.

9. I_____ a ball.

10. It _____ memory.

3. Put in do or does into the gaps.

e.g.:I _____not have a pencil. I don’t have a pencil.

1. You _____ not have a cap.

2. He _____not have time.

3. She _____not have a computer.

4. He _____not have a mobile phone.

5. We _____not have a note book

6. You _____not have a pen.

7. They _____not have pets.

8. He _____not have a bag.

9. She _____not have a balloon.

10. I _____not have free time

4. Put in do or does into the gaps.

e.g.:_____ I have a car? Do I have a car?

1. _____ you have a garden?

2. _____ he have a house?

3. _____ she have problems?

4. _____ it have flowers?

5. _____ we have a shop?

6. _____you have paintings?

7. _____they have a bus?

8. _____ he have a guitar?

9. _____ she have a ball?

10. _____ I have an umbrella?

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