Have Has Got Positive Form Exercises - Test 1

Completion count: 16

  • 1. Looks like I have got a hand to draw to, now.
  • 2. He had got quite fond of that canal. (past)
  • 3. Well, then, I should say a faster sailer never set figure-head to the sea; she has got just one fault, she be a little too crank for my liking, and pitches too much in a swell.
  • 4. He says he's sorry he's wasted so many good cuss words on me when he so many relatives waiting for him to die so's they can get his money.
  • 5. Say, Aunt Almira so she can kick clear up to the gas jet, and she wants to play Juliet.
  • 6. He his eye on you!
  • 7. I've told you and Bob how he a fool bee in his bonnet, and is running around the Southwest looking for his father.
  • 8. There, I him nicely now.
  • 9. A dog more sense than some men.
  • 10. I was in the open air all day, and did no thought that I could avoid, and I think I my head between my shoulders again; however, I am not going to do much.
  • 11. I three good reasons for meddling.
  • 12. And she plenty of sense.
  • 13. He some glass eyes out of a stuffed fox the moths ate, and he's bent on stuffing an owl, is Tom.
  • 14. I'm afraid she a chill.
  • 15. He me scared silly by now.
  • 16. But I reckon I time enough.
  • 17. I never did take to blondes, you know, but this one me, because she has vivacity and unbends most delightfully.
  • 18. He religion, you see.
  • 19. We the goods on you.
  • 20. I don't mean the old woman that read this afternoon; he his nose on the grindstone like the rest of us-poor Noot!

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