•“Have/ has got” means “bir şeye sahip olmak” or “var”.
•”Have got/has got” changes according to the subject.
“Have got/has got”, “bir şeye sahip olmak” ya da “var” anlamındadır. Kullanımı özneye göre değişir.
Forms of “Have got/Has got”
-I have got a son.
-You have got a daughter.
-He has got a sister.
-She has got a brother.
-It has got a tail.
-We have got a car.
-You have got a camera.
-They have got a big house.
-You haven’t got a camera.
-They haven’t got a big house.
-I haven’t got a son.
-You haven’t got a daughter.
-He hasn’t got a sister.
-She hasn’t got a brother.
-It hasn’t got a tail.
-We haven’t got a car.
-Have you got a camera?
-Have they got a big house?
-Have I got a son?
-Have you got a daughter?
-Has he got a sister?
-Has she got a brother?
-Has it got a tail?
-Have we got a car?
NOT: “Havegot/has got” ve “Have/has” yapısal olarak birbirlerinden farklıdır ama anlamları aynıdır.
I have got a sister. = I have a sister.
She hasn’t got a car. = She doesn’t have a car.
Have they got a house? =Do they have a house?
-Yes, they have. / No, they haven’t. -Yes, they do. / No, they don’t.
More examples (Daha fazla örnek)
(+) I have got a book. = (+) I have a book.
(-) I haven’t got a book. = (-) I don’t have a book.
(?) Have I got a book? = (?) Do I have a book
! IMPORTANT! (! ÖNEMLİ !)
A: Have you got a pen ?
B: Yes, I have. (right √) Yes, I do. (wrong X)
No, I haven’t. (right √) No, I don’t. (wrong X)
A: Do you have any time?
B: Yes, I do. (right √) Yes, I have. (wrong X)
No, I don’t. (right √) No, I haven’t. (wrong X)