This time in our structure help we talk about the differences between ‘have’ and ‘have got’. These two forms have the same meaning but form their respective negative and question forms differently. In addition to this, ‘have got’ is normally only used in the present simple while we can use ‘have’ in all of our tenses. Look at the diagram below and practice with some examples of your own.
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