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    Have and have got

    We often use have got rather than Have alone.

     So you can say:

           ex:We've got a new car  or  We have a new car.

     We use have got or have for illnesses, pains etc.:

           ex:He has got / has a pain

    For the past we use had (usually without 'got'):

           ex:I had long hair when I was young.

    In past questions and negative sentences we normally use did/didn't.

             ex:Did he have a watch last year.

                He didn't have a watch.

    Have (but not have got) is also used for many actions and experiences.

    And in questions and negative sentences we normally use do/does/did.

    (have is like other verbs.You can use any verb form where suitable.)

     ex: Have      breakfast/dinner/a cup of coffee etc.

                        a bath/a shower/a rest/a party/a holiday/a nice time etc.

                        an accident/an experience/a dream etc.

                        a look (at something)/a chat (with somebody)

                        a baby (=give birth to a baby)


    Complete these sentences .


    Bonne chance !

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    2. a bicycle when you were a child?

    3. I don't eat much during the day. I never lunch.

    4. When you did the exam, time to answer all the questions?

    5. I met Ann in the supermarket yesterday. We stopped and a chat.

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