Exercise 3

Change the following sentences or questons into the past tense.

 
EXAMPLE: They haven’t got a house ⇒ They didn’t have a house.

1He's got a girlfriend. ⇒ He a girlfriend.

2They haven't got any problems. ⇒ They any problems.

3Have you got a pen? ⇒ a pen?

4She hasn't got a sister. ⇒ She a sister.

5He's got an exam. ⇒ He an exam.

6Has she got a cold? ⇒ a cold?

7Have you got a headache? ⇒ a headache?

8I haven't got time. ⇒ I time.

9She's got a nice smile. ⇒ She a nice smile.

10He hasn't got much experience. ⇒ He much experience.


 

 

have got – form

 
have got

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have got (British English) = have (American English)

 

  • I‘ve got a car. = I have a car.
  • I haven’t got a car. = I don’t have a car.
  • Have you got a car? = Do you have a car?

 

Be careful with this common mistake!

 
The verb have got only has a present form (NOT past).

  • I had a car. (NOT had got)
  • I didn’t have a car. (NOT hadn’t got)
  • Did you have car? (NOT Had you got)

 

have got – use

 

Possession, family

 

  • She‘s got a nice apartment.
  • Have you got a computer?
  • I haven’t got any brothers or sisters.

 

Ilnesses

 

  • I‘ve got a headache.
  • She‘s got a cold.

 

Physical descriptions

 

  • He‘s got brown hair and a long nose.
  • They‘ve got blue eyes.