How to talk about what you own
When we are talking about possession, relationships or characteristics of people or things, we can use the verb , but also . To have Personal pronoun (subject)
Personal pronoun (subject) I You
To have got
haven’t got hasn’t got
See p. 189
Write 3 sentences with the verb ‘have got’ and 3 sentences with ‘to have’, explaining why the others can’t be the people from the text. Have got
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Keep in mind: – ‘have got’ has a long form and a short form: e.g. I have got = I’ve got She has got = she’s got You have not got = you haven’t got He has not got = he hasn’t got – ‘don’t have’ and ‘doesn’t have’ are short for ‘do not have’ and ‘does not have’. In the positive we mostly use the full form.
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