How to Use ‘Does Have’ to Ask Questions about Possession

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We use does have in a question to ask about the possession of something. You learned to use ‘do’ with ‘have’ to ask questions when it is referred to the subjects- I, we, you, and they in the lesson- Use of do... have.

We use ‘does’ for ‘he’,’ she’, ‘it’ or any third-person singular noun in the present.

Formation of a question using ‘does..have’

We use ‘does’ with ‘have’ in this sentence to ask a question.

When we ask a question, we should use ‘does’ at the start of a sentence.

So the formation of a question is as follows-

  • Does + subject (he/ she/ it/ any other singular noun)+ have + other words + question mark (?)

Read also:

  1. Vowels and consonants
  2. Persons
  3. Gender
  4. Number

Examples of ‘have’ in a question

Let’s see how to use ‘have’ in the questions with some examples.

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Does he have a red tie and red cufflinks?
  2. Does she have long golden hair?
  3. Does Sheela have a book with a plastic cover?
  4. Does Sameer have a computer with a graphics card?
  5. Does Gaurav have so much workload in the office?
  6. Does she have a collection of ornaments?
  7. Does he have an auto-driving car?
  8. Does Neela have two step sisters? (relationship)
  9. Does Dolly have a pink doll?
  10. Does Nikita have two dozen coloured pencils?
  11. Does he have a two-bedroom flat in Mumbai?
  12. Does Sheela have a severe headache? (physical feeling)
  13. Does he have pain in his ankle?
  14. Does she have a piano with its stand?
  15. Does it have four sharp sides?
  16. Does he have a meeting at 2 pm today?
  17. Does she have black pants with two pockets?
  18. Does a tiger have black stripes on its body?
  19. Does it have attractive blue eyes?
  20. Does a nurse have a difficult job?
  21. Does a teacher have a laptop to teach students?
  22. Does this boy have a blue dress?
  23. Does a bird have wings to fly?
  24. Does an animal have a tail?
  25. Does a squirrel have a beautiful bushy tail?
  26. Does Parth have a small school bag?
  27. Does Saurabh have a new white-coloured scale?
  28. Does she have a gate pass for that event?
  29. Does he have a controversial life?
  30. Does Suvarna have many types of boxes?
  31. Does he have two paintings painted by M. F. Husain?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of ‘am’ to explain the state of being
  2. Use of is to tell about the profession
  3. Use of pronoun these in questions
  4. Use of will in negative answers
  5. Use of have in the questions

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