Subject-verb agreement is a crucial component of clear and effective communication. Without it, sentences can become confusing and difficult to understand. In this article, we will present a worksheet that will help you practice subject-verb agreement using have and has.

First, let`s review the basics of subject-verb agreement. The subject of a sentence is the person, place, thing, or idea that performs the action or is described in the sentence. The verb is the action word that describes what the subject is doing or what is happening to the subject.

In English, we use different forms of verbs depending on the subject. For example, when the subject is singular (one person, place, or thing), we use the verb form “has”. When the subject is plural (more than one person, place, or thing), we use the verb form “have”. Let`s look at some examples:

– The dog has a bone.

– The dogs have bones.

In the first sentence, the subject (dog) is singular, so we use “has”. In the second sentence, the subject (dogs) is plural, so we use “have”.

Now, let`s move on to the worksheet. Below are ten sentences with blanks where the verb should be. Your task is to choose the correct form of the verb (have or has) to complete the sentence correctly. Remember to pay attention to the subject to determine which form of the verb to use.

1. The apple ____ a worm in it.

2. The apples ____ worms in them.

3. My friend ____ a new car.

4. My friends ____ new cars.

5. The student ____ an A on the test.

6. The students ____ A`s on the test.

7. The book ____ an interesting plot.

8. The books ____ interesting plots.

9. The restaurant ____ great food.

10. The restaurants ____ great food.


1. has

2. have

3. has

4. have

5. earned

6. earned

7. has

8. have

9. serves

10. serve

By practicing subject-verb agreement with have and has, you`ll be able to communicate more clearly and effectively. Use this worksheet to continue practicing and honing your writing skills.

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