Have got – tenir


Affirmative form:
I have got (= I’ve got) tengo
you have got (= you’ve got) tienes
he has got (= he’s got) tiene
we have got (= we’ve got) tenemos
you have got (= you’ve got) tenéis
they have got (= they’ve got) tienen
Negative form:
I have not got (= I haven’t got) no tengo
you have not got ( = you haven’t got) no tienes
he has not got (= he hasn’t got) no tiene
we have not got (= we haven’t got) no tenemos
you have not got (= you haven’tgot) no tenéis
they have not got (= they haven’t got) no tienen
Interrogative form:
have I got? ¿tengo?
have you got? ¿tienes?
has he got? ¿tiene?
have we got? ¿tenemos?
have you got? ¿tenéis?
have they got? ¿tienen?
I’ve got lots of things in my bag.
You’ve got problems.
He’s got trainers and sports clothes.
We’ve got books, a dictionary, a pencil case and a calculator.
They’ve got computers.
I haven’t got a calculator.
You haven’t got a big bag.
He hasn’t got books.
We haven’t got sports clothes and trainers.
They haven’t got books.

Some exercises to practise:

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A worksheet to print and study: to_have_got_ps