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Have got to or has got to

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Now let's the verb HAVE / HAS and HAVE GOT AND HAS GOT.

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Have got to or has got to

  1. 1. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 1 HAVE GOT TO... AND HAS GOT TO...
  2. 2. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 2 USE
  3. 3. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 3 Have got and has got are used in spoken English. Have a look in these examples: Have got and has got = Have and Has I have got a lot of friends. I‘ve got a new car. Have not = Haven‘t Has not = Hasn‘t
  4. 4. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 4 Now look at this: Affirmative You have got a good car. Question Have you got a good car? Negative You haven‘t got a good car.
  5. 5. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 5 Now look at this: Affirmative She has got to go. Question has she got to go? Negative She hasn‘t got to go.
  6. 6. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 6 PRACTICE I / computer/new/a ( + ) I‘ve got a new computer. My / dog / brother / a ( + ) My brother has got a dog. She / book / a ( - ) She hasn‘t got a book. your / car / friends / a ( ? ) Have your friends got a car?
  7. 7. Your LogoHere comes your footer  Page 6 PRACTICE I / computer/new/a ( + ) I‘ve got a new computer. My / dog / brother / a ( + ) My brother has got a dog. She / book / a ( - ) She hasn‘t got a book. your / car / friends / a ( ? ) Have your friends got a car?

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