Have and Have got Interrogative

By in Grammar on June 22, 2016

Please choose the correct option for a meaningful sentence.

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1. To have got in the interrogative form,  cannot be used to express actions and can only be used to express the present.

2. To have in its interrogative form, can be used to express actions and can be used to express past, present and future.

3. Have and have got, in the interrogative form, are used to deny about states.

4. Have/have got when expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about the actions.

5. Do I have..? and Have I got…? are used to ask whether someone possesses someone/something. They are also used to express relationships, illnesses and characteristics of people and things.