Listen to a conversation between Craig and Lucy. Pay attention to the use of the verb have got and has got in the conversation. You will learn how they use have got and has got in positive, negative, question and contraction forms.
have got (v)
is most commonly used to talk about possession, relationships, and qualities or features.
having a husband or wife.
a boxlike container in a chest, table, etc, made for sliding in and out.
a female lover (friend).
to think or speculate curiously and sometimes doubtfully.
Have got and has got
Positive, negative, question and contraction forms of have got and has got
Some examples of have got and has got
They’ve got a brand new car.
We haven’t got any tables and chairs.
He’s got dark eyes.
She hasn’t got many flowers.
So the negative is have/has + not + got?
I had an IELTS exam last year.
NOT: I had got an IELTS exam last year.
1.Choose the correct answer