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HAVE GOT exercises


A list of exercises with have/has got grammar structure.

HAVE/HAS GOT INTERACTIVE EXERCISES:
  1. affirmative sentences writing exercise
  2. negative sentences writing exercise
  3. questions writing exercise

ABOUT HAVE GOT

Have / have got we use when we are talking about possession, relationships, illnesses and characteristics of people or things we can use either have or have got. The have got forms are more common in an informal style. Have got has the same meaning as have and both are used as present tenses. For the third person we use has or formal has got. The negative form of have got is is formed by adding not after have.

Sentences - e. g.
I have got a new pen.
She has got brown hair.

He hasn’t got brown eyes.
I haven’t got a pen.

Has she got a pet?
Have they got mobile phones?

VERB HAVE GOT
AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE QUESTIONS
I I have got I haven't got Have I got ?
He, She, It He hasn't got
She hasn't got
It hasn't got
He hasn't got
She hasn't got
It hasn't got
Has he got ?
Has she got?
Has it got?
We, You, They We have got
You have got
They have got
We haven't got
You haven't got
They haven't got
Have they got ?
Have you got ?
Have they got?
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