HAVE TO exercises
Interactive exercises with have/has to grammar structure.
- affirmative sentences writing exercise
- negative sentences writing exercise
- questions writing exercise
- affirmative sentences multiple choice exercise
- negative sentences multiple choice exercise
- questions multiple choice exercise
- have to random exercise (multiple choice)
ABOUT HAVE TO
HAVE TO is used to say that something is required or necessary or desired or should be done. The negative form of the definition have to is NOT HAVE TO( don’t have to) – means it is not necessary to do it. Using has to / hasn’t to for the third person (she,he,it)
Sentences - e. g.
You have to clean your room.
You don’t have to read this book.
Do you have to wash the dishes?
|I||I have to clean||I don't have to clean||Do I have to clean?|
|He, She, It|| He has to clean
She has to clean
It has to clean
|He doesn't have to clean
She doesn't have to clean
It doesn't have to clean
|Does he have to clean?
Does she have to clean?
Does it have to clean?
|We, You, They|| We have to clean
You have to clean
They have to clean
|We don't have to clean
You don't have to clean
They don't have to clean
|Do we have to clean?
Do you have to clean?
Do they have to clean?