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Have vs. Have Got

10/22
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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.

Usos más comunes de Have y Have got

Los principales usos de estas expresiones son:

Indicar posesiĂłn (possessions)

I have a car
I have got a car / I’ve got a car

Indicar Relaciones (relationships)

I have two brothers
I have got two brothers / I’ve got two brothers

Indicar enfermedades (illnesses)

She has a headache
She has got a headache / She’s got a headache

Indicar caracterĂ­sticas (characteristics)

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:

Have y Have got

Affirmative sentences using have and have got

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

Por ejemplo:

HAVE HAVE GOT
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

Negative sentences using have and have got

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

Por ejemplo:

HAVE HAVE GOT
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

Interrogative sentences using have and have got

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 + ?

Por ejemplo:

HAVE HAVE GOT
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.

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