10 May 07:11 AM

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· Possession:
She's got three cats. Have you got a car? We've got three children. He hasn't got many friends.
· Illnesses:
I've got a bad cold. Has he got a headache?
· Descriptions:
He's got brown hair, blue eyes and a long nose.
Note: We can also use have for possession: They have a Gig house.
Do you have a fob?
I don't have enough money.
But in British English have got is more common than have for possession.

Is the English here correct?

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