Are Tom and Gisele Having Trouble? Reading and “To Have” Practice

Posted on Aug 19 2015 - 11:00am by PopESL

If you believe OK! Magazine the world’s most beautiful couple may be headed for a split. The Super Bowl champ has been roped into the Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner divorce drama after Affleck and Garner’s ex nanny Christine Ouzounian posted a photo of herself wearing his four Super Bowl rings. But that’s not all.

Rumors are swirling that the gorgeous duo could be headed towards a divorce for other reasons,”’s Jessica Wedemeyer told ET. “We’re hearing that they’re bickering non-stop lately. And really the drama kind of reached a head at Tom’s birthday dinner. Allegedly, Gisele stormed out she was so angry.”

There are also reports Brady is embarrassed over his wife’s alleged plastic surgery last month in Paris.

OK! magazine claims that, should they split, there could be $460 million at stake. That’s a lot of cash!

What do you think?

To have trouble is common in English. You can add a verb after, but remember you cannot use the inifinitive form, only the -ing.

They are having trouble.

They are having trouble staying married.


They are having trouble to stay married.

Now practice the verb “to have.” Good luck!!

I _____ a girlfriend last year.
I _____ got to find a new apartment.
She _____ the best hair.
They are _____ a great time in Hawaii.
When did you _____ the flu?
Did she _____ fun on the trip?
We will _____ a party next Saturday.
Don't you think you should _____ a backup plan?
She could _____ taken the bus to get here.
Do you  _____ a new dog?

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