Presentation on theme: "The verb have. Have is an auxiliary verb similar to be But it’s also a normal verb."— Presentation transcript:
The verb have
Have is an auxiliary verb similar to be But it’s also a normal verb.
We use it to express: possession e.g. I have an expensive red car Eat or drink e.g. I usually have a sandwich in the morning Activities in the bathroom e.g. Have a shower(/a bath/a wash/a shave
British English They use with it the word got when it means possession e.g. I have got an expensive red car She has got a lot of things on her desk. John and Susan have got two children.
Positive Two forms: Have for I, you, we and they Has for he, she and it
Negative Add the word not after have or has e.g. I have not got an expensive red car She has not got a lot of things on her desk. John and Susan have not got children.
We can use contractions I have got You’ve got You have got He has got She has got It has got We have got They have got I’ve got We’ve got She’s got He’s got They’ve got It’s got
And negative contractions have not has not I haven’t hasn’t
Questions And it is in first position in a question Have is an auxiliary verb e.g. Have you got an expensive car? Has she got a lot of things on her desk? Have John and Susan got two children?
That’s all! Very easy!
Some exercises Order the sentences has /she/ diary /new /got/a Money/have /they/got / lot /of /not/a have/ evening/in/ I /shower /the/ a Has/ for/salad /Anna /lunch/a ?/house/ you / new/a /got /have
Key Order the sentences She has got a new diary They have not got a lot of money. I have a shower in the evening. Ana has a salad for lunch. Have you got a new house?