Have or have got

Positive:

Present Tense:
I have a car. I have got a car.

Past Tense:
I had a car.

Future Tense
I will have a car.

Negative:

Present Tense:
I do not have a car. I have not got a car.

Past Tense:
I did not have a car.

Future Tense:
I will not have a car.

Question:

Present Tense:
Do you have a car?
Have you got a car?

Past Tense:
Did you have a car?

Future Tense:
Will you have a car?

Note: The verb “to have” is more universal and is used in Present, Past and Future Tenses. The verb “to have got” refers to colloquial English and is used mostly in Present Tense.

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