English Exercises > possessives exercises > Verb to have got
 
 

1. Complete with "has got" or "have got". 

 

Santa Claus    a long white beard.

 

 

Mary and Bill  a beautiful house.

 

This sock  a hole.

 

I    a big family.

 

 

Snoopy    black ears.

 

My teacher

green eyes.

 

You and Ann  a pretty bedroom.

 

 

Shakira    long blond hair.

 
My dogs  funny names.

 

This house    a wonderful garden.

 

 

I   a new computer.

 

My parents  a lot of brothers and sisters.

 

You   a fantastic jacket!

 

 

Mariah Carey  an amazing voice.

 

 

Pinocchio  a very long nose.

 
 
 
 

2. Choose the correct answer.

Have you got two eyes?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got a head?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got four legs?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got two mouths?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got ten feet?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got ten fingers?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got two hands?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

Have you got ten toes?

 

Yes, I have

No, I haven’t

 
 
 3. Look and answer.

 

 

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Has Tom got a skateboard?

 

 

Has Sarah got a teddy bear?

 

 

Have Tom and Sarah got a computer?

 

Has Tom got a bike?

 
 
 

Has Sarah got a ball?

 

 

Have Tom and Sarah got a bike?

 

Has Tom got a doll?

 

 

 

 

Has Sarah got a dog?

 

 

Have Tom and Sarah got a cat?

 

Has Tom got a cat?

 

 

 

 

Has Sarah got a computer?

 

 

Have Tom and Sarah got a dog?

 

 
 
4. Reorder the sentences.  

have / a / they / dog / new / got / .

 

got / sisters / Lucy / three / has / .

 

you / fantastic / have / skateboard / got / a /.

 

dictionary / I / got / haven’t / an / English / .

 

big / got / haven’t / they / a / bedroom / .

 

Mr Bean / expensive / hasn’t / car / an / got / .

 

she / black / got / has / hair / ?

 

got / you / have / a lot of / cousins / ?

 

a / Sarah and Michelle / pet / have / got / ?

 

  
 
 

 

       

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