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  1. Jan 09,  · Have got is for spoken English. Use have got in spoken English. Use have in your formal written English (business correspondence, etc.). If you are writing an informal message to your friends—on Facebook, for example—have got is fine. Of course, there is nothing wrong with using have instead of have got in spoken English. 2.
  2. What have we got, but the buzzer in the morning? Aye, and what have we got, but the laying of a keel? And what have we got, but the cranes above us soaring? The commotion and the clamour in the welding of the steel? What have we got, but the mist upon the river? Tell me, what have we got.
  3. Jan 30,  · “We have” is definitely correct in formal English, since you are signifying possession, not the act of getting. It would be correct to use “got” when saying, for example: “We were out of tomatoes yesterday but this morning we got a shipment of the.
  4. Oct 11,  · Both forms can express what we own, but also the relationships we have. For example, I have / have got a car and a father. Beginning level students should also know that 'have' is preferred in US English, and 'have got' is much more common in British English.
  5. Define have got. have got synonyms, have got pronunciation, have got translation, English dictionary definition of have got. 1. form and basic uses Have got is often used in conversation and in less formal writing with the same meaning as have.
  6. “We want all police to understand that they have someone supporting them. We got their six. Running down the road – we see an incident, we’re going to stop and help,” said Kapitanic.
  7. Have got to and have to - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary.
  8. Got vs Have. When we talk about the differences between “got” and “have,” it actually means the differences between “have” and “have got” or “got” and “have got.” Both of these are used to refer to possession when it is used in reference to possessing something.
  9. Mar 30,  · In recent years, there has also been concern about viruses that experts have linked to camels (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS-CoV) .

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