Practice by reading the dialogue with your tutor. After you are done, switch roles and do it again! 📘
- K: Dorothy, are you sick?
- D: No, do I look sick? That’s not good.
- K: I ask because your parents are ill.
- D: That’s true. They need to see the doctor.
Using subject pronouns “I,” “he,” “she,” “it,” “you,” “they,” and “we” in a sentence. 📘
Using the verb “to have” in the present tense. 📘
Go over the vocabulary and expressions below with your tutor. 📘
|have a cold||📘|
Fill in the blank with“I,” “he,” “she,” “it,” “you,” “they,” and “we.” 📘
- Dorothy is sick. She is not well.
- You and I are ill. ____ are sick.
- You have a cold. _____ need to see a doctor.
- The dog is not well. _____ is sick.
- Kevin and Dorothy have a cold. _____ are ill.
Make a sentence using the words. 📘
- (flu, has, he, the) He has the flu.
- (have, I, cold, a) ___________.
- (doctor, she, a, is) __________.
- (ill, they, are) _____________.
- (doctor, we, to, see, need, the) _____________.
Fill in the blank with “have” or “has.” 📘
- Kevin has a cold.
- We ______ a car.
- The cat _____ food.
- I _____ money.
- Kevin and Dorothy ____ jobs.
Make correct sentences using the words. Add have or has. 📘
- (dog, Dorothy, a) Dorothy has a dog.
- (we, sons, three) ______________.
- (sister, one, I) ________________.
- (cold, she, a) _________________.
- (coffee, the, doctor) ____________.
- How many times do you get sick each year?
- Have you ever been very sick?
- What are common cures for a cold in your country?
- What do you do when you’re sick?