Let’s see how to use ‘have’ in a negative sentence.
Use of ‘have to explain the incompletion of action
In this lesson, we will explain how to use ‘have’ to describe the incompletion of action in the present and future.
Formation of a negative sentence using ‘have’
In these sentences, ‘have’ is used as an auxiliary verb.
We shall see how to form a negative sentence to explain the incompletion of action.
In this sentence, we use ‘have with not to show the negation.
In this lesson, we shall see how to form a sentence with ‘have not’.
Formation of a sentence using ‘have not
We shall see how to form a sentence to explain the completed action.
The formation of a negative sentence in the present tense is as follows;
- Subject (I/we/you/they/any other plural noun) + have not + past participle of the main verb + other words.
The formation of a sentence in the future tense is as follows;
- Subject (I/we) + shall not have + past participle of the main verb + other words.
- Subject (you/he /she/it/they/any other singular or plural noun) + will not have + past participle of the main verb + other words.
We can use-
- haven’t for have not
- shan’t have for shall not have
- won’t have for will not have
Let’s see how to use ‘have’ in the sentences to explain the completed action with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- I have not submitted all the documents to the office.
- We have not complained about the water scarcity at the building.
- I have not come here to ask your pardon.
- You have not taken your luggage with you.
- The people have not gathered together to oppose the company rules.
- They have not played football on the ground in the rain.
- I have not spent most of my time in Mumbai.
- They have not called me on the occasion of a party.
- I shall not have completed my work on time.
- We shall not have washed all our clothes tomorrow.
- He will not have caught a thief next week.
- I shall not have created a Grammar website.
- They will not have thrown a party of success.
- A teacher will not have sent you the homework by email.
- She will not have called him for asking his help.
- You will not have come to meet me at my home.
- I have not finished my homework at night.
- We have not watched the first show of that movie on the first day.
- She will not have done it very well.
- Prachi will not have decided to go there to attend an event.
- Reporters have not written a report on the resulting process of competitive exams.
- The girls have not scored more marks than the boys in this year’s tenth class.
- I have not played the piano at that event.
- The doctors will not have prescribed the new medicine to the patients.
- Her colleagues have not enjoyed her birthday party at the five-star hotel.
- I have not served there for almost ten years.
- They have not lived in Mumbai for twenty years.
- I have not studied Shakespeare in my postgraduation period.
- We have not visited those mountains several times.
- She will not have spent her two years at her favourite place.
- 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 questions