2You have got = You’ve got They have got = The’ve got I have got = I’ve gotYou have got = You’ve gotHe has got = He’s gotShe has got = She’s gotIt has got = It’s gotWe have got = We’ve gotThey have got = The’ve got
3Have got I have not got = I haven’t got You have not got = You haven’t gotHe has not got = He hasn’t gotShe has not got = She hasn’t gotIt has not got = It hasn’t gotWe have not got = We haven’t gotThey have not got = They haven’t got
4Have got Have I got…? = Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t. Have you got…? = Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.Has he got…? = Yes, he has. / No, he hasn’t.Has she got…? = Yes, she has. / No, she hasn’t.Has it got…? = Yes, it has. / No, it hasn’t.Have we got…? = Yes, we have. / No, we haven’t.Have you got…? = Yes, we have. / No, we haven’t.Have they got…? = Yes, they have. / No, they haven’t.
5The science of DNA Imagine: We’re at the scene of a crime. The police haven’t got a lot of evidence. They’ve got one small hair from the criminal’s head. But with that hair, they’ve got a lot of information about the criminal – thanks to the science of DNA.
6He hasn’t got brown eyes. He hasn’t got black hair. Every person on this planet has got DNA in their body. And every person’s DNA is different. Scientists can look at one hair from a person’s head and say, for example:The person is a man.He hasn’t got brown eyes.He hasn’t got black hair.Thanks to the scientists, we’ve got a picture of the criminal!
7The police haven’t got a lot of evidence. They’ve got a hair from the criminal’s head.The criminal isn’t a woman.The criminal hasn’t got green eyes.The criminal hasn’t got brown hair.We haven’t got a picture of the scientists.
8They have got black hair. No,he hasn’t got blue eyes. Have you got green eyes?Yes, I’ve got green eyes.She has got long hair.We’ve got short hair.My dog’s got big ears.They have got black hair.I haven’t got big eyes.Has he got blue eyes?No,he hasn’t got blue eyes.You’ve got blond hair.