Comment choisir entre l’auxiliaire be et have got? Be sert à parler de son état. Ex: I’m hungry. Have got sert à parler des maladies. Ex: I’ve got the flu.
I amhe / she/ it iswe/ you/ they are affirmationI am hungry. I’m hungry. She is hungry. She’s hungry. They are hungry. They’re hungry. négationI am not hungry. I’m not hungry. She is not hungry. She isn’t hungry. They are not hungry. They aren’t hungry. interrogationAm I hungry?Is she hungry?Are they hungry? réponse brèveAre you hungry? Yes, I am. No, I am not. Yes, she is. No, she isn’t. Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.
I / we/ you/ they have got he / she/ it has got affirmationI have got the flu. I’ve got the flu. He has got the flu. He’s got the flu. négationI have not got the flu. I haven’t got the flu. He has not got the flu. She hasn’t got the flu. interrogationHave you got the flu?Has he got the flu? réponse brève Yes, I have. No, I haven’t. Yes, he has. No, he hasn’t.
Choose between « ’s » ou « ’s got ». He ‘s a sore throat. ‘s got
Click on the picture to listen to the sentence. He’s got a sore throat.