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Possession: 'have got'

Similar to the verb 'to have', the verb 'have got' has some peculiarities that should be noted. Take a look at this blackboard for more info.
by

José Uribe

on 26 November 2014

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Transcript of Possession: 'have got'

Possession: 'have got'
Form
Affirmative
Use
To express possession
Remember!
Only in present tense.
The third person singular changes: have got >
has got
Usually contracted (spoken English).
Often in British English.
I
have got
You
have got
He/She/It

has got
We
have got
You
have got
They
have got
I
've got
You
've got
He
'
s got
We
've got
You
've got
They
've got
Negative
I
have not got
You
have not got
He/She/It

has not got
We
have not got
You
have not got
They
have not got
I
haven't got
You
haven't got
He
hasn't got
We
haven't got
You
haven't got
They
haven't got
Interrogative
Have
I
got?
Have
you
got?
Has
he/she/it
got
?
Have
we
got?
Have
you
got?
Have
they
got?
Affirmative short answer
Negative short answer
Yes, I/you/we/they
have.

Yes, he/she/it

has.

No, I/you/we/they
have not.
No, I/you/we/they haven't.

Yes, he/she/it

has not.
Yes, he/she/it

hasn't.
[ Something belongs to somebody ]
[ Physical description ]
[ Relatives ]
A: Is this your watch?
B: No, it isn't.
I haven't got one.
That's hers.
Beatriz's got black eyes.
Emily has got red hair.
Has Pablo got a brother?
I haven't got a son.
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