Dates and Times
All you will learn about date, time and simple expressions
When is your birthday?
Telling the time
Roleplay: Come to my birthday party
Quiz: Dates and Times
Questions in English
Where are you?
Reading exercise: Lets practice question words
Quiz: Questions in English
Useful expression in the present
Wants and Wishes
Eventos semanales de English Academy
Have vs. Have Got
Listening exercise: At the airport
Essential vocabulary for the present
Can vs. Can't
Roleplay: What can you do?
s’ to express possession
There is vs. There are
Writing exercise: This is a big room
Subject and object pronouns
Quiz: Essential vocabulary for the present
More ways to use the Simple Present
Roleplay: Shopping time
Likes, dislikes and opinions
Reading and Writing exercise: Getting to know others!
Present Simple vs. Present Continuous
Quiz: More ways to use the Simple Present
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Las expresiones have y have got poseen el mismo significado: tener.
Have es solo un poco más formal que have got, pero ambas son correctas.
Los principales usos de estas expresiones son:
I have a car
I have got a car / I’ve got a car
I have two brothers
I have got two brothers / I’ve got two brothers
She has a headache
She has got a headache / She’s got a headache
He has blue eyes
He has got blue eyes /He’s got blue eyes
Ahora bien, es importante señalar que el uso de estas expresiones poseen diferentes tratamientos en las oraciones afirmativas, negativas e interrogativas. Esto se puede visualizar en la siguiente imagen:
La estructura gramatical es la siguiente:
I / You / We / They + have + Complement
He / She / It + has + Complement
I / You / We / They + have got + Complement
He / She / It + has got + Complement
|I have a new job||I have got a new job|
|You have a toothache||You have got a toothache|
|He has brown hair||He has got brown hair|
|She has a sister||She has got a sister|
|It has four rooms||It has got four rooms|
|You have a pet||You have got a pet|
|We have English homework||We have got English homework|
|They have many toys||They have got many toys|
La estructura gramatical de las oraciones negativas es:
I / You / We / They + don’t have + complement
He / She / It + doesn’t have + complement
I / You / We / They + haven’t got + complement
He / She / It + hasn’t got + complement
|I don’t have a new job||I haven’t got a new job|
|You don’t have a toothache||You haven’t got a toothache|
|He doesn’t have brown hair||He hasn’t got brown hair|
|She doesn’t have a sister||She hasn’t got a sister|
|It doesn’t have four rooms||It hasn’t got four rooms|
|You don’t have a pet||You haven’t got a pet|
|We don’t have English homework||We haven’t got English homework|
|They don’t have many toys||They haven’t got many toys|
La estructura gramatical de las oraciones interrogativas es:
Do + I / You / We / They + have + complement + ?
Does + He / She / It + have + complement + ?
Have + I / You / We / They + got + complement + ?
Has + He / She / It + got + complement + ?
|Do I have a new job?||Have I got a new job?|
|Do you have a toothache?||Have you got a toothache?|
|Does he have brown hair?||Has he got brown hair?|
|Does she have a sister?||Has she got a sister?|
|Does it have four rooms?||Has it got four rooms?|
|Do you have a pet?||Have you got a pet?|
|Do we have English homework?||Have we got English homework?|
|Do they have many toys?||Have they got many toys?|
Contribución creada con aportes de: Avilio Muñoz Vilchez.