1. Copy one handout per pair of students, and cut the handouts up into A and B.
2. Put the students into pairs with an A and B student, and distribute the handouts.
3. The aim of this handout is for students to overcome the confusion between 'yes, I have' and 'yes, I do'. Firstly, get students to complete the questions with the missing phrase; either 'have you...' or 'do you...'
4. In the second part of this handout, your students then ask and answer the questions they have in pairs. They should respond with 'yes/no + the correct auxiliary'. Encourage them to add more information with 'have/have got' to better their fluency.
5. Monitor the students, providing language input or error correction when necessary.
6. Finally, elicit responses from some of the students and draw to their attention any appropriate vocabulary or serious language mistakes.