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Wednesday, 3 November 2021

44. English grammar exercise (have) 03-11-2021 POSITIVE

 havehadhad - mieć.


Present continues.


I'm having good  humor at the moment.

You're having good  humor at the moment.

He's having good  humor at the moment.

She's having good  humor at the moment.

It's having good  humor at the moment.

We're having good  humor at the moment.

You're having good  humor at the moment.

They're having good  humor at the moment.


They're having good  humor at the moment. (active voice)
Good humor is being had at the moment. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I always have an umbrella inside a car.

You always have an umbrella inside a car.

He always has an umbrella inside a car.

She always has an umbrella inside a car.

It always has an umbrella inside a car.

We always have an umbrella inside a car. 

You always have an umbrella inside a car.

They always have an umbrella inside a car.


She has an umbrella inside a car. (active voice)
An umbrella is had inside a car. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

You had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

He had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

She had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

It had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

We had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

You had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.

They had an umbrella inside a car yesterday.


I had an umbrella inside a car yesterday. (active voice)
An umbrella was had inside a car. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

You'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

He'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

She'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

It'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

We'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

You'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.

They'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow.


They'll have an umbrella inside a car tomorrow. (active voice)
An umbrella will be had inside the car tomorrow. (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If I have free time, I'll help you.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If I had a million dollars I would give you half of the money.


Present perfect.


I have had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

You have had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

He has had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

She has had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

It has had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

We have had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

You have had a lot of stupid ideas this week.

They have had a lot of stupid ideas this week.


They have had a lot of stupid ideas this week. (active voice)
A lot of stupid ideas have been had this week. (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


I was having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

You were having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

He was having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

She was having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

It was having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

We were having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

You were having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.

They were having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday.


I was having a stupid idea during a meeting yesterday. (active voice)
A stupid idea was being had during a meeting yesterday. (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


I was having a stupid idea when I was a meeting yesterday.


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


I was having a stupid idea while I was talking to them yesterday.

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