Hi teachers,

Both of the directions are fine, aren't they?

a) Complete these sentences using have, has, a, an, some, or any as appropriate.

b) To complete these sentences use have, has, a, an, some, or any as appropriate.

1.- I ________ got ________ money in the jacket.

2.- I ________ not got ________ umbrella here.

3.- We ________ got _________ tables in the bookstore.

4.- She ________ not got _________ food in the house.

etc.

Thanks in advance
Hi

Though both seem ok, the first one sounds more common.

Complete these sentences using have, has, a, an some, or any.
I'd use A, the usual imperative form for an instruction.
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Hi suresh,

Thank you for your reply.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for your reply.
Mister Micawber

Complete these sentences using have, has, a, an, some, or any as appropriate.

Please tell me what you think of the phrase 'as appropriate' here. Is it necessary? if it is, is there any other pharse which you think is better.
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It could easily be omitted. The secret of revision is delete, delete, delete!
Thank you Mister Micawber.
Mister MicawberIt could easily be omitted. The secret of revision is delete, delete, delete!
It's a very good advice, without a doubt. I'll try to follow it.

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