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Lee con atención y fíjate en las formas del verbo have got.

Have you got an old car?
Is it small and slow?
Sure it hasn't got four doors.
Sure it hasn't got electric windows.
And, of course, it hasn't got a radio.
But we've got the car. We've got a new model, our new BMW.
It is fast and comfortable.
It has got four doors.
It has got electric windows.
And of course, it's got an expensive radio.
This is our BMW, your car.

sure: seguro que
of course: por supuesto
comfortable: cómodo

  • What have you got? - ¿Qué tienes?
  • What has he/she/it got? - ¿Qué tiene?
  • What have they got? - ¿Qué tienen?

Presente del verbo Have got

Forma afirmativa verbo Have got

I have got - I’ve got - yo tengo

you have got - you’ve got - tú tienes

he has got - he’s got - él tiene

she has got - she’s got - ella tiene

it has got - it’s got - tiene

we have got - we’ve got - nosotros tenemos

they have got - they’ve got - ellos tienen

Forma negativa verbo Have got

I have not got - I’ve not got - I haven’t got - yo no tengo

you have not got -  you’ve not got - you haven’t got - tú no tienes

he has not got - he’s not got - he hasn’t got - él no tiene

she has not got  - she’s not got - she hasn’t got - ella no tiene

it has not got - it’s not got - it hasn’t got - no tiene

we have not got - we’ve not got - we haven’t got - nosotros no tenemos

they have not got - they’ve not got - they haven’t got - ellos no tienen

Forma interrogativa verbo Have got

I Have I got? - ¿Yo tengo?

you Have you got? - ¿Tú tienes?

he Has he got? - ¿Él tiene?

she Has she got? - ¿Ella tiene?

it Has it got? - ¿Tiene?

we Have we got? -¿Nosotros tenemos?

they Have they got? - ¿Ellos tienen?

Las formas contractas se suelen emplear en escritos coloquiales y hablando.
En respuestas cortas no se emplea got.
En respuestas cortas afirmativas se usan las formas plenas have y has.

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