‘Have Got’ and ‘Has Got’
Ownership / e.g. I have got a sister. / We have got a lot of homework. / She has got a brother.
HAVE GOT / HAS GOT
e.g. I have got a sister. (Bir kız kardeşim var)
We have got a lot of homework.
Note: Note that the subject “she-he-it” is “has got”. “have got” and “has got” have the same meaning. The usage becomes “has” only for these three subjects.
She has got a brother.
e.g. A: Have you got a pencil ?
B: Yes, I have. – No, I haven’t
A: Has she got a laptop?
B: Yes, she has got. – No, she hasn’t got.
We haven’t got any pets at home.
e.g. Hi! I’m Michael. I’m 13 years old and I’m in Grade 7. I live in New York with my family. I have got one brother and one sister. Do you have any brother or sister? I have got one pet. It is a rabbit. It’s very lovely. Have you got any pet at home?