S'il vous plait ça devient très urgent.Bonjours, alors voilà je me permet de poster mon devoirs d'anglais car je n'y arrive absolument pas , en Anglais je n'ai aucune base et je suis en Seconde (j'ai 18ans) Si vous pouviez me donner votre petit coup de pouce alors j'ai juste fait le premier enoncé (le tableau) mais pas le reste....

Complétez le tableau suivant. (J'ai fait le tableau)

I YOU HE , SHE , IT WE THEY
am are is are are
have have has have have

Complétez par be ou have conjugé. Attention aux emplois particuliers de be (pour exprimer: "il y a", âge, santé, faim, soif, chance, peur..)
a. A: How old _________________ your brother? B: He______________ 20. A: What_______________his occupation? B: He_________a good job; he________a technician at ITB computers.He__________ a big salary.

b. A: It'________half past twelve,__________you angry? B: Yes, I___________________there a cafetaria near here? A: No, there_________but we______ a canteen with vending machines. B: That____________good. Usualy, I __________ a sandwich for lunch. A: We also_____ excellent sandwiches. B: And I_________thirsty too. A: No problem; there_______ lots of soft drinks.

c. A: My sister_______ a problem. B: What'__________ the matter?
A: She____________correspondent in Sydney, she's going there for two weeks__________ it cold or hot in january? think it___________ hot.
B: You__________right, it'_____________summer in Australia.
A: They___________lucky. It'__________so cold in Britain in January

Complétez ces phrase par Have ou Have got à la forme voulue.
HAVE HAVE GOT.
- I_____/ She_____ a new car. = I've got / She's got a new car
We don't have / He doesn't have a Rover. = We____got / He_____ got a Rover.
_____ they _____ a dog? Yes, they do = Have they got a dog? Yes, they_____


Pour exprimer la possession, on peut utiliser Have ou Have got.*have got est plus familier et s'emploie souvent aux formes contractées (I've got / He's got)have got se conjugue comme un auxiliaire*have, plus formel, se conjugue le plus souvent avec do aux formes négatives et interrogatives.

- Do you usualy_________________ big breakfast? No, I don't. I only________ a cup of coffee
.- She__________ n't have baths, she has showers.Are you________ lunch with me today? No, I_______. I'__________ a sandwich in the office.


*Lorsque have signifie prendre ( repas, boisson, douche..) have se conjugue avec do ou la forme en -ing selon le contexte.

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   Complétez par be ou have conjugé. Attention aux emplois particuliers de be (pour exprimer: "il y a", âge, santé, faim, soif, chance, peur..)
a.  A: How old ____is_____________ your  brother?     B: He______is________ 20.   A: What____is___________his  occupation?    B: He___has
______a good job; he___is_____a technician at ITB computers.He___has_______ a big salary.

b. A: It'__s______half past twelve,___are_______you angry?     B: Yes, I_______am____________there a cafetaria near here?    A: No, there____is not_____but we__have____ a canteen with vending machines.   B: That____is________good. Usualy, I __have________ a sandwich for lunch.    A:  We also_have____ excellent sandwiches.   B:  And I___am______thirsty too.     A: No problem; there___is____ lots of soft drinks.

c.  A: My sister__has_____ a problem.  B: What'___s_______ the matter?   
A: She_____is_______correspondent in Sydney, she's going there for two weeks_____is_____ it cold or hot in january? think it___is________ hot.
 B: You____are______right, it'_______s______summer in Australia.  
 A: They____are_______lucky. It'_____s_____so cold in Britain in January

Complétez ces phrase par Have ou Have got à la forme voulue.                              
                 HAVE                                                                   
HAVE GOT.
- I_have got____/ She_is got____ a new car.    =         I've got / She's got a new car
We don't have / He doesn't have a Rover.  =  We_have not___got / He__has not___ got a Rover.
_do____ they __have___ a dog? Yes, they do   =   Have they got a dog?  
Yes, they__have___


Pour exprimer la possession, on peut utiliser Have ou Have got.*have got est plus familier et s'emploie souvent aux formes contractées (I've got / He's got)have got se conjugue comme un auxiliaire*have, plus formel, se conjugue le plus souvent avec do aux formes négatives et interrogatives.

- Do you usualy____have_____________ big breakfast?  No, I don't.   I only____have____ a cup of coffee
.- She__________is n't have baths, she has showers.Are you___going to have_____ lunch with me today? No, I__won’t_____. I'___will have_______ a sandwich in the office.