Bruce Feiler: La méthode « Agile » Fred Says - Have you eaten today? Have / Have got. La structure 'have got' s'emploie souvent en anglais familier comme équivalent de 'to have' (avoir). 'Got' ne change pas le sens du verbe.
(I have = I have got = J'ai) I have got - I haven't got - Have you got? I have – I don’t have – do you have? I°/ Cas où on utilise HAVE GOT 'Have got' est construit comme un present perfect. . - La possession - Have you got a cat? - Les caractéristiques personnelles- He's got brown eyes. = He has brown eyes.- He hasn't got brown eyes. = He doesn't have brown eyes. - Une obligation - I've got to finish my work. = I have to finish my work.- I’ve got to buy that book. = I have to buy that book. - Quand on veut parler d'habitudes et de situations répétées.
Etats temporaires ==> have got- I haven't got any bread today. Etats permanents ==> have - I don't often have bread in the house. II°/ On n'emploie pas 'have got' dans ces cas - L'impératif- Have got dinner served early, please.- Have got your homework done. How to tell if your boyfriend is a slob. How to turn down an invitation. Transcript Man: Oh no!
Woman: What is it? Man: “Josh and Henrietta would like to have the pleasure of your company at a drinks party, next Saturday evening...” Woman: Oh no, Josh and Henrietta... they’re not that couple who...? Man: Yeah exactly! Woman: How? Man: “Formal dress...” Woman: Argh.... it means you’ve got to wear a suit.... Man: At the bottom it says “RSVP”. Woman: You’ve got to reply. Man: But I don’t want to go, so what can I say? Woman: Tell them you’ve got a dentist’s appointment. Man: Josh is my dentist! Woman: Tell them it’s your grandmother’s 100th birthday party. Man: But they know my granny died ages ago. Woman: Tell them your dog’s sick and you’ve got to take him to see the vet.
Man: It’s no use – I’m just going to have to tell them the truth... Woman: The truth? Man: Maybe not then... Woman: Tell them this: “I’m unable to attend because I have a prior engagement.” Man: “Prior engagement”?! Woman: Absolutely not. I only want to be with you, by Dusty Springfield. Interactive movie clip in English and French. Learning English - 6 Minute English - Showrooming and shopping. Put it in the bin. Sydney - Level 1, Easy English stories. Word on the Street.