How to Use Has in a Sentence

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‘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:

  • the possession of anything in present
  • physical feeling
  • relationships
  • 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  + full stop (.)


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-

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

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