have/ has (got)

You can say have or have got, has or has got:

I

bracket to table

have

=

I

bracket to table

have got

(I` ve got)

we

we

(we` ve got)

you

you

(you` ve got)

they

they

(they `ve got)

he

bracket to table

has

=

I

bracket to table

has got

(he` s got)

she

she

(she` s got)

it

it

(it` s got)

Unit 14. have/has (got)
She` s got a headache.
or She has a headache.

- I` ve got blue eyes. ( or I have got blue eyes.)
- Tim has got two sisters. ( or Tim has two sisters.)
- They like animals. They` ve got a horse, three dogs and six cats.
- This car has got four doors.
- I don`t feel very well. I` ve got a headache.
 

negative

I
we
you
they

have not
(haven`t)

got

he
she
it

has not
(hasn`t)

question

have

I
we
you
they

got?

has

he
she
it

short answers

Yes,
No,

I
we
you
they

have.
haven`t.

Yes,
No,

he
she
it

has.
hasn`t.


- I` ve got a motor-bike but I have`t got a car.
- Mr and Mrs Harrison haven`t got any children.
- It`s a nice house but it hasn`t got a garden.
- " Have you got a camera?" " Yes, I have"
- "What have you got in your bag?" "Nothing. It`s empty."
- " Has Ann got a car?" " Yes, she has".
- What kind of car has she got?
 
In negatives and questions you can also use do/does + have:
 
- They don`t have any children. (= They haven`t got any children.)
- It`s a nice house but it doesn`t have a garden. (= it hasn`t got a garden)
- Does Ann got a car? (= Has Ann got a car?)
- How much money do you have? (= How much money have you got?)
 
The past is had. In negatives and questions we use did + have