‘Has’ is used with ‘he’,’ she’, ‘it’ or third-person singular nouns in the present. Let’s see how to use ‘has’ in a sentence.
We can use ‘has’ to explain about-
- possession of anything in present
- physical feeling
- the action to do in the present
- action completed in the present
Use of ‘has’ to explain possession
‘Has’ is used to describe possession of something in the present.
We shall see how to form a sentence to explain the possession of something in the present.
Construction of a sentence using ‘has’
In these sentences, ‘has’ is used as the main verb.
We shall see how to construct a sentence.
The formation of this sentence is as follows;
- Subject (he/she/it/ any singular noun) + has + other words.
Let’s see how to use ‘has’ in the sentences to explain possession with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- He has a red tie and red cufflinks.
- She has long golden hair.
- Sheela has a book with a plastic cover.
- Sameer has a computer with a graphics card.
- Gaurav has so much workload in the office.
- She has a collection of ornaments.
- He has an auto-driving car.
- Neela has two step sisters. (relationship)
- Dolly has a pink doll.
- Nikita has a dozen of pencils.
- He has two bedroom flat in Mumbai.
- Sheela has a severe headache. (physical feeling)
- He has pain in his ankle.
- She has a piano with its stand.
- It has four sharp sides.
- He has a meeting at 2 pm today.
- She has black pants with two pockets.
- A tiger has black stripes on its body.
- It has attractive blue eyes.
- A nurse has a difficult job.
- A teacher has a laptop to teach students.
- This boy has a blue dress.
- A bird has wings to fly.
- An animal has a tail.
- A squirrel has a beautiful bushy tail.
- Parth has a small school bag.
- Saurabh has a new white-coloured scale.
- She has a gate pass for that event.
- He has a controversial life.
- Suvarna has many types of boxes.
- He has two paintings painted by M. F. Husain.
- Use of ‘am’ to explain the state of being
- Use of is to tell about the profession
- Use of pronoun these in questions
- Use of will in negative answers
- Use of have in the sentences