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Grammar Presentation -  Have got
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  • 1. Grammarpresentation<br />Havegot / hasgot<br />
  • 2. Quando usamos o “havegot”<br />- Para falar sobre nossas posses em qualquer contexto (familiar, escolar, material, etc.)<br />
  • 3. Havegot + schoolobjects<br />Exemplos:<br />I havegot a pen.<br />You’vegot a book.<br />Theyhaven’tgot a pencilsharpener.<br />Haveyougot a cutter? <br />Shehasgot a blue pen.<br />Hashegot na English book?<br />Hasthedoggot a house?<br />He’sgot a diary.<br />
  • 4. Forma afirmativa<br />- Usa – se o sujeito + Havegot/ Hasgot + nome do objeto que se possui.<br /><ul><li>Usamos “Havegot” após I/ You/ We/ They ;</li></ul>Exemplos: I havegot a book.<br /><ul><li>Usamos “Hasgot” após He/ She/ It (3ª pessoa do singular)</li></ul>ABREVIAÇÕES: Usa-se ‘vegot para I / you/ we/ they<br /> Usa-se ‘s got para He/ She/ It<br />Exemplos:<br />I havegot a highlighter = I’vegot a highlighter<br />Shehasgot a cryon = She’sgot a cryon<br />
  • 5. Forma negativa<br /><ul><li>Acrescenta-se “NOT” ao verbo principal “Have”</li></ul>Exemplos:<br />I havenotgot a book = I haven’tgot a book<br />Shehasnotgot a pen = Shehasn’tgot a pen.<br />ABREVIAÇÕES<br /><ul><li>Havenot : haven’t
  • 6. Hasnot: hasn’t (3ª pessoa do singular: he/ she/ it)</li></ul>Observação: As formas abreviadas são utilizadas na oralidade e a forma completa na escrita.<br />
  • 7. Forma interrogativa<br /><ul><li>Usamos os auxiliares “Have/ Has antes do sujeito e em seguida a partícula “got”.</li></ul>Exemplos:<br />Haveyougot a pen?<br />Hasshegot a book?<br />HavetheygotFrench books?<br />Has it got a house?<br />
  • 8. Respostas curtas (short answers)<br /><ul><li>Usa-se YES + sujeito + ave/has (Respostas afirmativas)
  • 9. Usa-se No + sujeito + haven’t/ hasn’t (Respostas negativas)</li></ul>Exemplos: <br /><ul><li>Haveyougot a pen? Yes, I have/ No, I haven’t
  • 10. Hashegot a pencil? Yes, shehas/ No, shehasn’t.
  • 11. Havetheygot books? Yes, theyhave/ No, Theyhaven’t
  • 12. Haveyougotschoolbags? Yes, wehave/ No, wehaven’t</li></ul>Observação: O pronome “you” pode ser usado tanto para o singular como no plural significando você/ vocês.<br />

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