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HAVE GOT / HAS GOT Thursday, August 4th
HAVE GOT HAS GOT are used for possession Have / Has got
EXAMPLES I have got a guinea pig
I have not got a pet
You’ve got an apple
You have not got an apple, you’ve got an orange
We have got a horse
We haven’t got a horse, we have got a hamster.
They have got a dog
They haven’t got a dog, they’ve got a cat
Questions Have you got a __________? Yes, I have No, I have not
Questions Have I got a __________? Yes, I have No, I have not
Questions Have we got a __________? Yes, we have No, we haven’t
Questions Have they got a __________? Yes, they have No, they haven’t
Look at the picture and write answers to the questions
Questions Have they got a cat?
Questions Have they got a monkey?
Questions Have they got a rabbit?
Questions Have they got a horse?
Questions Have they got a dog?
Questions Have they got a snake?
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