Diferencia entre I have y I've got

I have & I've got

I Have y I have got ('ve got) se usan para decir "tengo", es decir para expresar "posesión".

Have es común en inglés norteamericano mientras que 've got es más usado en inglés británico.

Sin embargo en el inglés norteamericano informal es común usar 've got aunque omitiendo el  've, por ejemplo:

I got a problem (tengo un problema) en vez de I've got a problem.


Preguntas y negaciones usando have got

Usando have Usando have got Modo abreviado
I have I have got I've got
 We we we've got 
You you you've got
They they they've got
He has he has got he's got
She she she's got
It it it's got

Negaciones usando have got

I

have not

(haven't)

got
we
you
they
she 

has not

(hasn't) 

he
it

Ejemplos

I haven't got a car (no tengo carro)


She hasn't got any children (Ella no tiene hijos)

Preguntas usando have got

have
 
I got?
 
we
you
they
has she
he
it

Ejemplos

have  you got a car? (¿tienes carro?)

has she got any children? (¿ella tiene hijos?)



Para responder a las preguntas de forma breve lo haremos usando las contracciones:

  • has she got any children? Yes, she has / No she hasn't
  • have you got a car? Yes, I have / No, I haven't

Preguntas y negaciones usando have

Si usamos have entonces aplicaremos la regla que vimos en las lecciones anteriores I don't/she doesn't y do you?/does she? ¿recuerdas?

Afirmación Negación
Pregunta
Respuesta breve
I have a car
I don't have a car
Do you have a car?
Yes, I do / No, I don't
She has a car
She doesn't have a car
Does she have a car?
Yes, she does / No, she doesn't

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