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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3390: IS or HAS?
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    IS or HAS?


    In spoken English the words is and has are sometimes contracted to 's.

    The verb following the 's tells you whether it's is or has.


    Have a look at the following examples:


    1) He's listening to music. = He is listening to music : verbe en ing - present continuous (is + Ving)
    2) He's listened to music. = He has listened to music: V3 - present perfect ( has + ed for regular verbs and has + V3 for irregular verbs)

    Find out the correct form (is or has).









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    1. He's listened to the song. -> He listened to the song.

    2. She's reading the newspaper. -> She reading the newspaper.

    3. It's rained a little. -> It rained a little.

    4. She's been here. -> She been here.

    5. He's written an e-mail. -> He written an e-mail.

    6. She's lost her money. -> She lost her money.

    7. It's raining. -> It raining.

    8. He's cut his finger. -> He cut his finger.

    9. Where's Kathy gone? -> Where Kathy gone ?

    10. She's listening to the radio -> She listening to the radio.









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