Have / has / had= possess, but we also use have for other things (for example, family relationships):
• We have a new car.
• I have a brother and two sisters.
• Tom has a headache!/ a cold /the flu / etc.
• When she was a child, she had long blonde hair.
Have got / has got
You can use have got / has got rather than have/ has alone:
• We’ve got a new car. (= We have a new car.)
• Tom has got a headache. (= Tom has a hcadache.) ]
The question and negative forms are:
• Have you got a headache? (= do you have)
• Has she got any brothers or sisters? (= does she have)
• I haven’t got any money. (= I don’t have)
• Ann hasn’t got a car. (Ann doesn’t have)
But don’t use got for the past:
• When she was a child, she had long blonde hair. (not she had got)
(You cannot use have got in these expressions.)دقت کنید.در مثالهای زیر از Have got نمیتوانیم استفاده کنیم.
• I always have a big breakfast in the morning. (not have got)
• Did you have a good time last night?
• We’re having a party on Saturday. Would you like to come?
• What time does Ann usually have lunch?