Have got

Lesson 17

I have got
We have got
You have got
You have got
He/she/it has got
They have got


I haven’t got
We haven’t got
You haven’t got
You haven’t got
He hasn’t got
They haven’t got


Have I got?
Have we got?
Have you got?
Have you got?
Has he got?
Have they got?


When we want to say that we own something, we can use have got. We can also use just have with the same meaning. For example I have a car. I have got a car. I have a house. I have got a house.


I have got your sheep.
I have got the box for the sheep.
And I have got the fence.

You can see more examples in the book The Little Prince.