Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Has"

He has guts.
He has a car.
Has he come yet?
He has gone out.
He has ten cows.
Kate has a cold.
Spring has come.
He has long legs.
She has gone out.
He has blond hair.
He has three sons.
It has cooled off.
Nancy has a piano.
Paul has dry hair.
She has a picture.
She has blue eyes.
She has long hair.
The pain has gone.
She has brown eyes.
She has no manners.
She has short hair.
She has small feet.
The fog has lifted.
The ice has melted.
Tom has a hangover.
Tom has no manners.
Has he failed again?
He has his own room.
Maria has long hair.
My sister has a job.
She has 2,000 books.
She has few friends.
She has gone abroad.
She has lost weight.
Tom has a bald spot.
He has a good memory.
He has strange ideas.
My headache has gone.
She has forgiven him.
She has ten children.
The mail has arrived.
Tom has many talents.
He has a lot of money.
He has three brothers.
He has three children.
She has a pretty doll.
She has gone shopping.
The clock has stopped.
The sun has gone down.
The train has arrived.
Tom has a big problem.
Has Flight 123 arrived?
Has he arrived already?
Has something happened?
He has gone to America.
He has left his family.
He has three daughters.
My daughter has braces.
She has a lot of money.
She has beautiful eyes.
She has never seen him.
She has three brothers.
Susie has a nice smile.
The wind has died down.
This doll has big eyes.
This meat has gone bad.
Tom has had a bad week.
A square has four sides.
Mary has just come home.
She has a bad head cold.
She has attractive eyes.
The storm has died down.
Tom has to get up early.
Mary has not started yet.
My university has a dorm.
She has good handwriting.
The car has a new engine.
The snow has disappeared.
This house has six rooms.
Tom has no wish to study.
He has a dual personality.
He has a house of his own.
It has become much warmer.
She has about 2,000 books.
She has an eye for beauty.
She has never visited him.
He has an eye for antiques.
He has quite a few records.
My bicycle has a flat tire.
My college has a dormitory.
My college has dormitories.
My hair has grown too long.
She has just turned twelve.
She has just turned twenty.
She has no sense of beauty.
She has two thousand books.
The desk has three drawers.
Tom has no idea what to do.
Has she ever fallen in love?
He has been sick for a week.
He has more books than I do.
Ken has more books than you.
She has a lot of work to do.
She has flowers in her hand.
She has him under her thumb.
This house has eleven rooms.
This rule has no exceptions.
Do you know what he has done?
Has the mailman already come?
He has a lot of things to do.
She has a flower in her hand.
She has been dead five years.
The cost of living has risen.
The wound has not healed yet.
This house has two bathrooms.
This type of cat has no tail.
He has some money in the bank.
I know that she has been busy.
Mary has a flower in her hand.
My grandmother has become old.
My university has a dormitory.
My university has dormitories.
She has a daughter named Mary.
She has absolutely no enemies.
She has beautiful handwriting.
She has never danced with him.
The pain has mostly gone away.
This school has many students.
Tom has an eye for modern art.
Your collar has a stain on it.
He has no chance of recovering.
He has no interest in politics.
Lisa has a grudge against Stan.
Nobody knows where he has gone.
Now he has nothing to live for.
She has a soft and clear voice.
The cost of living has gone up.
The pain has lessened a little.
This word has a double meaning.
Has he lived here for two years?
He has been like a father to me.
He has been very busy this week.
She has already left the office.
The pain in my stomach has gone.
Tom has no friends to play with.
Bill has a lot of original ideas.
He has a good command of English.
He has a large family to support.
He has a lot of books on history.
He has been sick for a long time.
He has been sick in bed all week.
He has his hair cut once a month.
He has the ability to do the job.
He has the least money of us all.
He has the same camera as I have.
He has trouble remembering names.
I've got as much money as he has.
It has been cold since yesterday.
It has been raining since Sunday.
Maybe he has lots of girlfriends.
She has a good command of French.
She has broken the toaster again.
She has had quite a lot to drink.
She has the same bag as you have.
He has a large house and two cars.
He has the ability to do the work.
He has this large room to himself.
Jane has a lot of clothes to wash.
Our school library has many books.
She has known him for a long time.
She has put her house up for sale.
This medicine has no side effects.
Do you know if he has a girlfriend?
He has been in Japan for two years.
He has great confidence in himself.
He has much more money than I have.
He has plenty of money in the bank.
She has never sung a song with him.
She has nothing in common with him.
She has the large house to herself.
The boy has an apple in his pocket.
Every town in America has a library.
He has a lot of teaching experience.
She has forgiven him for everything.
He has a good chance of being chosen.
She has about as many stamps as I do.
The temperature has suddenly dropped.
Dr. Jackson has a good bedside manner.
He has a good chance of being elected.
He has made rapid progress in English.
He has quite a few valuable paintings.
He has to have an operation next week.
I can't find Tom. Has he gone already?
She has never gone on a date with him.
He has a date with Mary this afternoon.
Now that Mary has left, Tom is happier.
She has a bottle of milk every morning.
He has taken over his father's business.
It has been ten years since I left Japan.
My mother has been sick since last month.


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