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Present To Have Forms

  1. 1. PRESENT SIMPLE (Aff.) Have (got) I I ‘ve have You You ‘ve have He / She / It has He / She / It ‘s (got) (got) We have We ‘ve You have You ‘ve have They ‘ve They
  2. 2. Examples • I’ve got one brother and one sister. • You’ve got some homework to do. • Pedro’s got three sisters. • María’s got one brother. • The cat’s got four legs and a tail. • Pedro, María and I have got many friends. • “You, boys and girls, have got one week to prepare the exam.” • Pedro and María have got one car each.
  3. 3. PRESENT SIMPLE (Neg.) Have (got) I I haven’t have You have You haven’t He / She / It has not (got) He / She / It hasn’t (got) We have We haven’t You have You haven’t They have They haven’t
  4. 4. Examples • I haven’t got any brothers or sisters. • You haven’t got any homework to do. • Pedro hasn’t got three sisters. • María hasn’t got a brother. • The cat hasn’t got a beak. • Pedro, María and I haven’t got many friends. • “You, boys and girls, haven’t got one week to prepare the exam.” • Pedro and María haven’t got one car each.
  5. 5. PRESENT SIMPLE (Aff. Int.) Have (got) I have You have He / She / It has (got) We have You have They have
  6. 6. PRESENT SIMPLE (Int.) Have got Have I Have you Has he / she / it (got) ? Have we Have you Have they
  7. 7. Examples • Have I got any brothers or sisters? • Have you got any homework to do ? • Has Pedro got three sisters ? • Has María got a brother ? • Has the cat got a beak ? • Have Pedro, María and I got many friends ? • “You, boys and girls, have you got one week to prepare the exam ?” • Have Pedro and María got one car each ?
  8. 8. Short Answers • Have I got any brothers or sisters? Yes, you have. // No, you haven’t. • Have you got any homework to do ? Yes, you have. // No, you haven’t. • Has Pedro got three sisters ? Yes, he has. // No, he hasn’t. • Has María got a brother ? Yes, she has. // No, she hasn’t. • Has the cat got a beak ? Yes, it has. // No, it hasn’t. • Have Pedro, María and I got many friends ? Yes, you have. // No, you haven’t. • “You, boys and girls, have you got one week to prepare the exam ?” Yes, we have. // No, we haven’t. • Have Pedro and María got one car each ? Yes, they have. // No, they haven’t.

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