Mar 2, 2017

HAVE something ON; HAVE GOT something ON

6 cards
, 19 answers
  • Study box. Read these sentences carefully.

    1. She didn’t have any lipstick on, which was unusual.
    2. I had on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt.
    3. You’ve seen my black dress. I had it on yesterday.
    4. I can’t see that. I haven’t got my glasses on.
    • Use the sentences in the study box to help you do these exercises.
      • Which of these sentences means the same as ‘She had a new hat on.’?
        • She was wearing a new hat.
        • She had a new hat.
        • She bought a new hat.

      • Which of the following can you not have on?
        • a bag
        • earrings
        • make-up
        • your hair
        • a uniform
        • a watch

      • Which of these are grammatically possible?
        • He had a tie on.
        • He had on a tie.
        • He had it on.
        • He had on it.
        • The tie was had on.

      • Only one of these sentences is grammatically correct. Which one? Can you find and correct the mistakes in the other sentences?
        • Today I’m having my favourite sweater on.
        • Did she have anything nice on when you saw her?
        • I was cold because I hadn’t a coat on.

    • Answer these questions, using ‘have something on’ or ‘have got something on’:
      • A: What are you wearing now?
        B: I (my new coat)

        • A: What was your boyfriend wearing last time you saw him?
          B: He (new T-shirt)

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