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The Have Got Quiz - Learn English - Quiz

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
  • 1. 

    My name’s Lena. I’m a nurse and I live with my partner. We ________ two cats and a dog.

    Correct Answer
    have got, 've got
    Explanation
    In this sentence, the speaker is talking about the pets they own. The phrase "have got" is used to indicate possession, so it is appropriate to use it here to show that they own two cats and a dog. The contraction "'ve got" is a shortened form of "have got" and can also be used in this context.

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  • 2. 

    This is my village. It ________ fourteen houses.

    Correct Answer
    has got, 's got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has got, 's got". In this sentence, we are talking about the number of houses in the village. "Has got" is the present perfect form of "have" and is used to indicate possession or ownership. "Has got" is used to show that the village currently possesses or owns the fourteen houses. "'s got" is a contraction of "has got" and is commonly used in informal speech. Therefore, both "has got" and "'s got" are appropriate in this context to convey that the village has fourteen houses.

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  • 3. 

    I ________ great neighbours.

    Correct Answer
    have got, 've got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have got, 've got". In this sentence, the word "have got" is used to express possession or ownership. It is a common phrase used to indicate that someone possesses something. The contraction "'ve got" is a shortened form of "have got" and is used in informal speech. Therefore, both "have got" and "'ve got" can be used interchangeably to convey the idea of having something.

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  • 4. 

    Emilie and Bruno are artists; they ________ lovely paintings in their house.

    Correct Answer
    have got, 've got
    Explanation
    Emilie and Bruno, being artists, possess lovely paintings in their house. The phrase "have got" is used to indicate possession, and "ve got" is a contraction of "have got." Therefore, the correct answer is "have got, 've got."

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  • 5. 

    My other neighbour, Cedric, is a teacher. He ________ a hard job, but he's happy. He’s a good friend.

    Correct Answer
    has got, 's got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has got, 's got". In this sentence, the phrase "has got" is used to indicate possession or ownership. It is used to describe Cedric's job, implying that he currently holds or possesses a hard job. The contraction "'s got" is a shortened form of "has got" and is used to describe Cedric's state of being happy. Together, these phrases convey that Cedric currently possesses a hard job and is happy.

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  • 6. 

    ___ he ___ a pencil in his pencil case?

    • A.

      Has, Got

    • B.

      Have, got

    • C.

      Does, got

    • D.

      Has, get

    Correct Answer
    A. Has, Got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Has, Got" because "Has" is the correct form of the verb to use with the pronoun "he" in the present tense. "Got" is the correct past participle form of the verb "get" to indicate possession. Therefore, the sentence should be "Has he got a pencil in his pencil case?"

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  • 7. 

    __ you ___ a favorite singer?

    • A.

      Have, got

    • B.

      Has, got

    Correct Answer
    A. Have, got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Have, got" because the question is asking if the person has a favorite singer. In this case, "Have" is the correct form of the verb to use when referring to the subject "you" in the present tense. "Got" is used as a colloquial or informal way of expressing possession, so it is also appropriate to use in this context.

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  • 8. 

    __ Ben __ a car on his birthday?

    • A.

      Has, Got

    • B.

      Have, Got

    Correct Answer
    A. Has, Got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Has, Got" because the word "Ben" is a singular subject, so the correct verb form to use is "has." Additionally, the word "got" is used to indicate possession, which is appropriate for someone receiving a car as a gift on their birthday.

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  • 9. 

    If he had studied well, he _________ better marks.

    • A.

      Had got

    • B.

      Would get

    • C.

      Would have gotten

    Correct Answer
    C. Would have gotten
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Would have gotten". This is because the sentence is in the past unreal condition, indicating a hypothetical situation. The use of "would have" suggests that if he had studied well (which he didn't), he would have received better marks.

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  • 10. 

    This school _______ the best teachers in the city.

    • A.

      Has got

    • B.

      Have got

    • C.

      Is got

    Correct Answer
    A. Has got
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Has got" because it is the correct form of the verb "to have" in the third person singular form. In this sentence, "has got" is used to indicate possession, meaning that the school currently possesses or has the best teachers in the city.

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