Exercise 1: asking questions with ‘do … have’

(Practise using and forming questions with ‘do’)

Questions with ‘do … have’ – cloze test (difficulty: 1 of 5 – easy)

Fill the gaps with the correct form of ‘do … have’ (this means ‘do’ or ‘does’) to ask about ownership, affiliation, or family relationships.

  • Example: “___ you ___ a motorbike?”Do you have a motorbike?”

You can check your results with the button below after you have finished. If you still need help with the topic, reread the article about the usage and formation of questions with ‘do … have’. You may also use the hint button, but note that you will lose points for that.

  1. you any idea how I can do that?
  2. we any coffee left?
  3. he a sister?
  4. the house a garden?
  5. Peter and Sally a friend in England?
  6. Andrew a pet?
  7. you a banana or an apple? I’m hungry.
  8. I something on my nose or why are you looking at me like that?
  9. your boss a company car?
  10. the cat any food left?

Exercises and explanations relating to ‘Asking questions with ‘do … have’

The following exercises and explanations are related to the English grammar topic ‘Forming questions with ‘do … have’’ and are also helpful: