“Have” ve “Have got” arasındaki fark kafa karıştırıcı olabilir.
The differences between ‘have’ and ‘have got’ can be confusing.
‘Have’ and ‘Have got’ are used for possession.
(“Have” ve “Have got” sahiplik / aidiyet belitmek için kullanılır.)
Jack has got a beautiful house. OR Jack has a beautiful house. (“Jack güzel bir eve sahip.” veya “Jack güzel bir eve sahip.”)
Only ‘have’ is used when talking about actions.
(Sadece “have” bir eylem hakkında konuşulurken kullanılır.)
I usually have breakfast at 8 o’clock. NOT I usually have got breakfast at 8 o’clock. (Genellikle sekizde kahvaltı ederim. Bu durumda “have got” kullanılmaz.)
The question form for ‘have’ follows regular present simple:
(Soru formunda “have” geniş zamanı takip eder.)
Do you have a fast car? NOT Have you a fast car?
‘Have’ and ‘Have got’ are only used in the present simple. Use ‘have’ for the past simple or future forms.
Example: She had a copy of that book.
There is no contracted form for ‘Have’ in the positive form. The contracted form is used for ‘have got’
Example: I have a red bicycle. OR I’ve got a red bicycle. NOT I’ve a red bicycle.
1. We use ‘have got’ and ‘have’ to talk about possession.
I’ve got a new house / I have a new house.
Has she got a car? / Does she have a car?
2. We use ‘have got’ and ‘have’ to talk about relationships.
Have you got a girlfriend? / Do you have a girlfriend?
He’s got three brothers / He has three brothers.
3. We use have got and have to talk about illnesses.
I’ve got a bad cold / I have a bad cold.
4. We use have got and have to talk about characteristics.
Her office has got a nice view / Her office has a nice view.
Why has he got a tattoo? / Why does he have a tattoo?
‘Have got’ is more common and sounds more natural in informal language.