In the following sentence, what is the main verb and in what tense does it occur? I have got a car. There are two possible explanations that I can think of: get as the main verb in the present ...
When do I use have and have got? Are "I have the answer" and "I've got the answer" both correct?
I see these two expressions are used almost identically in different contexts. Is there a difference between I have got and I have gotten?
I read this article and now I'm confused when got can be omitted when using have. Could this be explained in plain English without technical terms? Is there a different usage in past tense?