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'Have got' and 'has got'

  00 have got Grammar

  01 have got or has got

  02 have got or has got

  03 have not got-has not got

  04 have not got-has not got

  05 questions have / has got

  06 questions  have/has got

  07 sentenses - have got

  08 negative clause - has got

  09 short form 've got, 's got

  10 short form 've got, 's got

  11 short form haven't got ...

  12 short form haven't got

  13 short form 've got 's got

  14 short form haven't got

 

English Tenses

Simple Present Tense

Simple Past Tense

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future 1

Future Perfect

Going-to-Future

 

Progressive Tenses

Present Progressive

Past Progressive

Present Perfect Progr.

Past Perfect Progressive

Future 1 Progressive

Future Perfect Progressive

 

Comparison of Tenses

If clauses - Conditional

Active Passive exercises

Reported Speech

 

 

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"Have got" or has got is used to show possession.

 

Negative forms of have got  and  has got

 

 Have + not + got and has + not + got.

 

Short form:

 

I have got a book.

You have got a book.

He, She, It has got a book.

We have got a book.

You have got a book.

They have got a book.

Long form:

 

I have not got a book.

You have not got   a book.

He/ She/ It has not got a book.

We have not got  a book.

You have not got  a book.

They have not got  a book.

 

Short form

"Have got" =  've got or 's got.

"Have not got" =  haven't got or hasn't got.

 

Short form:

 

I 've got a book.

You 've got a book.

He, She, It 's got a book.

We 've got a book.

You 've got a book.

They 've got a book.

Long form:

 

I haven't got  a book.

You haven't got   a book.

He/ She/ It hasn't got a book.

We haven't got  a book.

You haven't got  a book.

They haven't got  a book.

 

Questions and short answers with have got and has got.

 

Question:

 

Have I got a book?

Have you got a book?

Has he/ she/ it got a book?

Have we got a book?

Have you got a book?

Have they got a book?

Short Answer:

 

Yes, you have.

Yes, I have.

Yes, he/ she /it has.

Yes, you have.

Yes, we have.

Yes, they have.

 Negative Answer:

 

No, you haven't.

No, I haven't.

No, he/ she /it hasn't.

No, you haven't.

No, we haven't.

No, they haven't.

 


  English Tenses exercises

  Simple Present Tense

  Simple Past Tense

  Present Perfect

  Past Perfect

  Simple Future - Will Future

  Going-to-Future

  Continuous Tenses

  Comparison of Tenses

  Active and Passive Voice

  If clauses - conditionals

  Reported Speech

Have got / Has got exercises - English grammar

 

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