Modals with ‘have’
Modals with ‘have’ means Possess something or belonging to one.
Present, past, and future modal verbs:
Subject + modal verb + have + objects
Subject + modal verb + to have + objects
See the structure of Modals with ‘have’:
|I may have a Ferrari car.||We ought to have faith in our prime minister.|
|She might have an Iphone.||You must not have an attitude.|
|He can have this villa.||I want that I would have a beautiful wife.|
|I could have a snake.||We have to have malaria medicine in corona condition.|
|You shouldn’t have arrogant.||She has to have a pen with her.|
|He had to have a heavy bag. (Past sentence but after “to + have”)||She will have to have trust in you in this condition.|
|She is to have one pistol with her.||If I had a car, I would go with you on a long drive.|
|He was to have a sword.||She needs to have a Smart Phone.|
|She needed to have a Smart Phone with her.||She needs to have a dog for security purposes.|
|You shouldn’t have sold all your flats. You were to have one of them.||She will need to have an Aadhar card with her if she goes for an interview|
|She dares to have a lion at her farmhouse Or she dare have a lion at her farmhouse||I forgot; otherwise, I could have had my android application for earning money. However, my friend stole my idea.|
|Did you see my wallet? I did not, but his brother might have had your wallet.||I used to have painkillers at home.|
Spot the errors of modals with ‘have’ and correct them. If sentences are correct, write ‘no error’
- He needed to had a laptop.
- I may have not a BMW car.
- She mightn’t have this kind of notebook.
- He can to have this watch.
- I could have a flat.
- You should not have got snobbish.
- We ought have faith in God.
- You must not have laziness.
- I want that I would handsome kid.
- We have to had extra petrol.
- She have to have two mobile phones with her.
- He had to had a massive bag because he used to go on a world tour.
- She need had some books.
- She dares have white rats at home.
- I used to milk every time at home.
- If I had money, I would have had that jacket.
- If I had had time to buy a novel, I would give it.
- I missed it; I should have this white horse.
- He told that his friend might have your wallet.
- I did not know otherwise; I could have have my phone with me.