Have Has Got Negative Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. A minister hasn't got any private affairs; he's a public character.
  • 2. Lumley hasn't got quite used to taking your money.
  • 3. I haven't yet got so imbecile as to suppose that a history of the following six weeks would be interesting to my readers-for during so long did I suffer from low fever; and more weeks passed during which I was unable to meet my flock. (yet)
  • 4. He hasn't got blood enough to go in for felony with impunity.
  • 5. However, I notice that a lot of German fuses do not explode their shells, which makes me think they quite so good a supply of stuff as they try to make us believe!
  • 6. There is something I ought to have at this time of year, and I it.
  • 7. Do you think I am ever caught napping at such an hour, and that I lungs and a larynx as well as yourself?
  • 8. Be cavalier-I a pistol, right now. (even)
  • 9. But we anywhere near that yet.
  • 10. Ma a bit of kick coming.
  • 11. You it if I did.
  • 12. It is unlikely, however, that the beginner will discover that he this habit, until a few failures draw his attention to it.
  • 13. Why, Alfred, that old busybody it through his head that any living man could object to a joke like that. (yet)
  • 14. She a selfish bone in her body, and she's so honest she couldn't design anything against you or any one, unless she told you first.
  • 15. Nearly all the old literatures may be said to have been founded upon fable, and upon a basis and even superstructure of ignorance, that, however charming it may be, we , and could not keep if we had. (now)
  • 16. Now, I one particle of race-prejudice.
  • 17. Never mind what he just under the hat.
  • 18. Scratching up everything, it three thousand people in it.
  • 19. But you the look about you.
  • 20. I a friend in the world!