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"And you've got a map, right?" "Perhaps," said the captain. "I know you've got it," said Silver. #have_got
 Have and Have Got (Part 2)
The verb 'have got' means posession or obligation and is used only in the present tense. "Has she got a lot of money?" "They haven't got a lot of money." #listening
 Have and Have Got (Part 1)
As an auxiliary verb, 'have' is used to make perfect tenses. As a full verb, 'have' may mean posession or obligation. #listening
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