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Week 1 | English Grammar
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Week 13| English Grammar
Have and have got …
I’ve got (something) or I have (something) = It is mine:
- I’ve got a bicycle or I have a bicycle
- My mum has got brown eyes or My mum has brown eyes
- Have they got any space or Do they have any space?
When speaking in the past tense, you use I had/ I didn’t have/ Did you have? Etc.
- I had not realised how late it got las night.
- We didn’t have time to go to the supermarket.
- Did you have enough money to buy mum a gift?
Have can also be used for different expressions such as eat/ drink/ buy etc.
Fill in the following statements with had/ have/ didn’t have/ does have/ have got etc.
1. We wanted to all buy an ice cream but we didn’t have enough money. (Example answer)
2. I went to visit Oliver last week because a really bad sore throat.
3. I wish that we to work during the summer holidays.
4. I’m sure my mum used to an Audi five years ago.
5. I the keys for the garage.
6. Why You not cleaned your room yet?
7. I had to run the supermarket but they any more bread left.
8. We are all so excited to a massage whilst we’re on holiday.
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Using the following words from the list, create your own sentences using have. Challenge yourself by adding extra information and opinions in the sentences to make them more detailed.
3. Trip to New York
4. A bad experience
5. A bath
6. A birthday party