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English is fun English teacher: Dália Baptista

Verb “have got”: affirmative, negative and interrogative (level: easy)


English is fun English teacher: Dália Baptista

have got – affirmative and negative A. Look at the picture and circle the correct form of the verb.

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Leo and Abby have got / haven’t got a son.

2.

Jenny has got / hasn’t got a grandmother.

3.

They have got / haven’t got a cat.

4.

Alan has got / hasn’t got a sister.

5.

The boy and the girl have got / haven’t got a tennis ball.


English is fun English teacher: Dália Baptista

Have got – short answers B. Look at the picture and circle the correct answer.

1. Have you got a big family?

2. Has Mary got a baby brother?

a) Yes, I have.

a) Yes, she has.

b) No, I haven’t.

b) No, she hasn’t.

3. Has your cousin got a piano?

4. Have Emma and Simon got

a) Yes, he has.

two children?

b) No, he hasn’t.

a) Yes, they have. b) No, they haven’t.


English is fun English teacher: Dália Baptista

ANSWERS A. Have got – affirmative and negative 1.

Leo and Abby have got a son.

2.

Jenny has got a grandmother.

3.

They haven’t got a cat.

4.

Alan has got a sister.

5.

The boy and the girl haven’t got a tennis ball.

B. Have got – short answers 1.

a) Yes, I have.

2.

a) Yes, she has.

3.

b) No, he hasn’t.

4.

b) No, they haven’t.


Have got: affirmative, negative and interrogative (level: easy)