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Look at the pictures and write positive or negative sentences with have or have got.
Use these objects: a car, a map, a rabbit, a ticket, an umbrella
► He’s got a ticket, OR He has a ticket.
Complete the dialogue. Put in the negative or question forms.
Use have got for the present and have for the past.
David: Have you got a bike?
Mike: Yes, but I don’t ride it very often.
David: it lights on?
Mike: Yes, why?
David: Can I leave my bike here and take yours? Mine any lights. It any when I bought it. I meant to get some last week, but I time.
Mike: But it’s raining now. And you a coat. I’ll drive you home, David.
What does have mean in these sentences? Choose from these verbs: drink, eat, play, receive, spend
► Mark never has breakfast. has = eats
1- We’ve just had a game of tennis. had =
2- My father has a cup of cocoa every evening. has =
3- We’ve just had three weeks in Morocco. had =
4- Claire had lots of presents on her birthday. had =
Complete the conversation. Use have/have got or the action verb have.
Claire: You’ve got (you / have) an empty plate, Henry. Would you like some more food?
Henry: Oh, yes please. I must say, (we / have) a great time. Luckily (you / have) lots of room in here.
Claire: Yes, it’s a nice big flat, although (it / not / have) a balcony.
Mark: How was Brazil? (you / have) a good holiday?
Claire: Yes, (I / have) a lovely time, thank you.
Henry: (you / have) some photos here to show us?
Claire: Yes, you must (have) a look at them some time. But I was so busy doing things (I / not / have) time to take very many.