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"Have got"Have got means "must." We've got (must) to pull our troops from Iraq.

"I've got to get to the wedding on time"must". Here again, it means must 

"How much change do you have in your pocket?" "I have fifty-cents in my pocket," not "I've got fifty-cents in my pocket."

  • We've got to (must) pull our troops from Iraq.
  • I've got to get to the wedding on time.
  • — How much change do you have in your pocket?
    — I have fifty cents in my pocket. [Not "I've got fifty cents in my pocket."]

"Have got" means "must." We've got (must) to pull our troops from Iraq.

"I've got to get to the wedding on time. Here again, it means must

"How much change do you have in your pocket?" "I have fifty-cents in my pocket," not "I've got fifty-cents in my pocket."

Have got means "must".  

  • We've got to (must) pull our troops from Iraq.
  • I've got to get to the wedding on time.
  • — How much change do you have in your pocket?
    — I have fifty cents in my pocket. [Not "I've got fifty cents in my pocket."]
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"Have got" means "must." We've got (must) to pull our troops from Iraq.

"I've got to get to the wedding on time. Here again, it means must

"How much change do you have in your pocket?" "I have fifty-cents in my pocket," not "I've got fifty-cents in my pocket."