Have got- has got + to be

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Age: 6-15
Level: A1- A2
Language: English (en)
ID: 698100
06/02/2021
Country code: GR
Country: Greece
School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) (1061958)
Main content: The verb to have got + to be (1269437)
From worksheet author:

Make sentences with have got- has got and to be in the affirmative, interrogative and negative form

Other contents:
affirmative, interrogative, negative
Worksheet description:
Objective Explanation:
The objective of this worksheet is to help students practice and understand the use of the verb "to have got" in combination with the verb "to be." By completing the sentences and forming coherent statements, students will enhance their proficiency in using these verbs correctly and develop their language skills.

Content Overview:
The main content of this worksheet revolves around practicing the use of "have got" and "has got" in conjunction with the verb "to be." Students will work on forming sentences that require the correct placement and conjugation of these verbs to convey meaning accurately.

Language and Educational Level Context:
This worksheet is designed for students learning English as a Second Language (ESL). It caters to students at a beginner to intermediate level who are familiar with basic English grammar concepts but need further reinforcement in using specific verbs correctly. The exercises are structured to provide a practical application of these verbs in everyday language contexts.

Subject Relevance:
The worksheet seamlessly integrates into the ESL curriculum by focusing on essential language structures and vocabulary. By practicing the use of "have got" and "has got" in combination with "to be," students will enhance their understanding of verb conjugation and sentence formation in English. This not only aids in language acquisition but also strengthens communication skills in various contexts.

Instructions:
The instructions prompt students to complete sentences using the correct form of the verbs "to have got," "has got," and "to be." For example:
1. Is Mary good at English? Has she got big eyes?
2. Do Bob and Tim have small bedrooms?
3. Does 1 mouth have a big tooth?
4. Does Angelika have a sister?
5. Are my friends tall?
6. Is my teacher happy?
7. Have Poppy and Frank got glasses?
8. Do I have a big desk?
9. Does Mia have a new belt?

By following these instructions and filling in the blanks, students will practice the correct conjugation and placement of these verbs, reinforcing their understanding of the verb structures in English.

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Have got- has got + to be

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