Respuestas

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HAVE GOT1.
AfirmativoI have got a pen.
You have got a pen.
He has got a pen.
She has got a pen.
It has got a pen.
We have got a pen.
They have got a pen.
2. La forma contraída
I’ve got a pen.
You’ve got a pen.
He’s got a pen.
She’s got a pen.I
t’s got a pen.
We’ve got a pen.
They’ve got a pen.
3. Negativo
I haven’t got a pen.
You haven’t got a pen.
He hasn’t got a pen.
She hasn’t got a pen.
It hasn’t got a pen.
We haven’t got a pen.
They haven’t got a pen.
4. Interrogativo
Have I got a pen?
Have you got a pen?
Has he got a pen?
Has she got a pen?
Has it got a pen?
Have they got a pen?
Have we got a pen?
HAVE1. Afirmativo
I have a pen.
You have a pen.
He has a pen.
She has a pen.
It has a pen.
We have a pen.
They have a pen
.2. Negativo
I don’t have a pen.
You don’t have a pen.
He doesn’t have a pen.
She doesn’t have a pen.
It doesn’t have a pen.
We don’t have a pen.
They don’t have a pen.
3. Interrogativo
Do I have a pen?
Do you have a pen?
Does he have a pen?
Does she have a pen?
Does it have a pen?
Do we have a pen?
Do they have a pen?
¡Ojo! No se usa la forma contraída con have pero se usa mucho con have got.Have y have got significan tener en español. Have got es mas informal y se usa mucho en inglés hablado