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HAVE GOT - HAS GOT
We use the verb "have got" ;
 
a) To show that something belongs to someone.
***   He has got a big house.
 
b) To describe people, animals or things.
***   She has got a small nose.
 
c) To express a temporary state.
***   He has got a cold.
***   I have got a problem.
***   She has got a headache.
 
Affirmative Form                 :           Subject + Have got / Has got + Noun
                                                                I           have got     a note-hook.
                                                              She         has got      some money.
 
Negative Form                      :           Subject + Haven't got / Hasn't got + Noun
                                                             He           hasn't got                     any money.
                                                           They        haven't got                   a new car.
 
Interrogative Form              :           Have / Has + Subject + got + Noun
                                                          Have                you       got    a rain coat ?
                                                          Has                   he        got     long tail ?
 
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