Great Wall asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

My sister a bad toothache.

Each of the following sentences lack either the verb form” to be” or the form “to have”; put in the correct forms of the verbs and rewrite the sentences.1. Here the book which I borrowed from you.2. The tenants on the twenty sixth floor when the fire started.3. My sister a bad toothache.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    1. Here [is] the book which I borrowed from you.單數+現在式

    2. The tenants [were] on the twenty sixth floor when the fire started.複數(s)+過去式

    3. My sister [has/had] a bad toothache.單人的"to have"

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Here "is" the book which I borrowed from you.

    2. The tenants "were" on the twenty sixth floor when the fire started.

    3. My sister "had" a bad toothache.

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Here is the book which I borrowed from you.

    2. The tenants were on the twenty sixth floor when the fire started.

    3. My sister has a bad toothache.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Each of the following sentences lack either the verb form” to be” or the form “to have”; put in the correct forms of the verbs and rewrite the sentences.1. Here IS the book which I borrowed from you.2. The tenants WERE on the twenty sixth floor when the fire started.3. My sister HAS a bad toothache.

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