Have Got / Has Got
Go through the table below, look at the examples to learn the different forms of have got / has got and the differences between them. You can test yourself with the quick exercise on this page and also see:Have Got / Has Got Exercise 2
George and I
|Affirmative Form||Question Form|
|Subject + have got / has got + noun||Have / Has + subject + got + noun?|
I have got / He has got / They have got / We have gotShort Form:
I've got / He's got / They've got / Paul's got / We've got
a. I have got a brand-new computer.
b. My friends have got a new teacher.
c The workers have got enough shovels.
d. Paul has got a golden watch.
e. She has got a used car.
f. The man has got a problem.
g. We haven't got a big house.
h. The farmer hasn’t got a truck.
I. Have you got a calculator?
J. Has Mr. Stone got two children?See Have vs Have Got
Quick ExerciseChoose have got or has got.
Short Yes / No Answers
|Question||Affirmative Answer||Negative Answer|
|Have you got a pen?||Yes, I have.||No, I haven't|
|Has she got a pen?||Yes, she has.||No, she hasn't|
1. Have you got an envelope? (+)
Yes, I have.
2. Has Robin got a pet? (-)
No, she hasn't.
3. Have Seline and Brad got old furniture? (-)
No, they haven't.
4. Have we got any dark chocolate? (+)
Yes, we have.