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6 th GRADERS Have got / Has got
LONG FORM SHORT FORM I I You We have got We They He He She It has got She It ’ve got ’s got
LONG FORM SHORT FORM I I You We have not got We They He He She It has not got She It haven’t got hasn’t got
I have got a cat. We have got a garden. Tom has got green eyes. My sister has got two children. Jane and Tom have got a beautiful house. They have got a big classroom. She has got a new camera.
Fill in the blanks using have got - has got a car. 1 -My father. . . . have got a headache. 2 -I. . . . has got 3 -Mary’s friend. . . . blue eyes. has got 4 -This car. . . . four doors. have got 5 -Mary and Jane. . . . five cats.
1 - Ann hasn’t got a camera. 2 - Mr. and Mrs. Brown haven’t got any children. 3 - Tim hasn’t got a sister. 4 - My sister hasn’t got a car. 5 - They haven’t got a house.
They they have got a car? Have He has Has he got a bicycle ?
SHORT ANSWERS Yes, I we you they have. No, I we you they haven’t.
SHORT ANSWERS Yes, he she it has. No, he she it hasn’t.
1 -What have you got in your bag? 2 -How many friends have you got in Ankara? 3 -Who has got a big house? 4 -Whose father has got an expensive car? 5 -How much money have you got?
Fill in the blanks using have got/haven’t got , has got/hasn’t got has got 1 -A dog. . . . four legs. 2 -Ali: What’s wrong? have got something in my eye. Oya: I. . . . Have you. . . your got 3 -Ali: . . . handbag? haven’t It’s in my room. Oya: No, I. . . . haven’t got the key. and I. . . . . Has got Ali: . . . your mother. . . the key? has but she isn’t at Oya: Yes, she. . . . , home.
Make up sentences with have got / has got 1. Jim / blue eyes. Jim has got blue eyes. 2. Jane / a bicycle. Jane has got a bicycle. 3. I / a motorbike / but / I / a car. I have got a motorbike, but I haven’t got a car.
Make up sentences with have got / has got 1. Who / an expensive / watch? Who has got an expensive watch? 2. A computer / Jim and Jane have got a computer. 3. How many / George / friends. How many friends has George got?
Fill in the blanks using “the verb to be “ and “have got / has got” is young. 1. Ali. . . . has got a big house. 2. My aunt. . . has got a summer house in 3. Who. . . . Kemer? got two cats. 4. My sister and I have. . . . is in front of the car. 5. The old lady. . . .
Fill in the blanks using “the verb to be “ and “have got-has got” are in the garden. 1. The flowers. . is from England. 2. Jimmy. . . . has got blue eyes? 3. Who. . . . has got a gold pen. 4. She. . . has got glasses. 5. Our teacher. . .