Can you complete the quiz with the correct form of "have got"? Have and have got are the same in meaning when we want to express possession of something. And, yes, they are very often interchangeable. There are, however, some important differences in grammar and usage between having and have got. Take this have got quiz and enhance your knowledge.
Questions and Answers
My name’s Lena. I’m a nurse and I live with my partner. We [Blank] two cats and a dog.
This is my village. It [Blank] fourteen houses.
I [Blank] great neighbours.
Emilie and Bruno are artists; they [Blank] lovely paintings in their house.
My other neighbour, Cedric, is a teacher. He [Blank] a hard job, but he's happy. He’s a good friend.
___ he ___ a pencil in his pencil case?
__ you ___ a favorite singer?
__ Ben __ a car on his birthday?
If he had studied well, he _________ better marks.
Would have gotten
This school _______ the best teachers in the city.