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1. A: Do you have a pen?
B: Yes, I (do, have)___.

2. A: Have you got a club card?
B: Yes, I (do, have)___.

3. A: Did you have a good night sleep?

B: Yes, I (did, had)___.

4. A: Have you done your homework?
B: Yes, I (did, have)___.

5. A: Have you seen that movie?
B: Yes, I have. (or)

B: Yes, I saw that movie. (or)

B: Yes, I did see that movie.

Could you please tell me which is the correct verb to use for B's replies to A's questions?
In #5, how is 'saw' different in meaning from 'did see' in the above context?

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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What are your answers?
Just guessing, I would base my answer on the first word of A's question as follows:

1. do
2. have
3. did
4. have
5. have

However, I wonder if the other choice(s) in each B's reply is also possible especially in #'s 2 & 5.
With regard to the difference in 'saw' and 'did see', I really don't know the answer, sorry.

I would really appreciate your inputs on this.
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1 yes IHAVE

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3YES IDID
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By the way, thank you, Anon, for your answer.
Hello,

Anyone kindly help me with my questions. I'd like to learn, please.
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1. A,: Do you have a pen?
B: Yes, I (do)__.

2. A: Have you got a club card?
B: Yes, I (do )__.

3. A: Did you have a good night sleep?
B: Yes, I (did) __.

4. A: Have you done your homework?
B: Yes, I ( have)__.

5. A: Have you seen that movie?
B: Yes, I have.

In #5, how is 'saw' different in meaning from 'did see'?-- 'Did see' is a protest against an assertion that one didn't see.
I'm happy now I know that only one answer to each question is possible because at first I wasn't sure if either could be used. Thank you for the answers & the explanation regarding 'saw' and 'did see'. I very much appreciate it! Emotion: smiled