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Course Syllabus

Read the course syllabus.


This is the page you’re on now, where you can see an in-depth explanation of what you’re going to study in this course.

We set out the key objectives for this course so you can identify what you need to learn. We provide a downloadable checklist that you can print out to check off the points as you go through the course.


Watch our grammar explanation video to learn how to use the structure “have got” in English. You can complete our interactive worksheet at the same time as watching our video then check your responses using our answer guide. The slides used in the presentation can be downloaded as a PDF too.

Download our pronunciation guide and listen to our audios from a native English speaker to learn the correct pronounciation of “have got”.

Go through our self-paced presentation to learn the correct use and definitions of the verbs have, have got and have got to. You can download our presentation as a PDF too.


Use our possessive sentences to rewrite them as “have got” sentences. We also provide full answers.

Use our flaschards to figure out who owns certain objects in this online activity. We also provide an answer guide.

Test your knowledge of “have got” in English in our online quiz. You immediately receive your quiz score alongside answers, explanations and feedback. Your score will be added to our course leaderboard.


Download our one-page summary of the topic to use for reference. 

After completing the course, you can review your achievements and analyse what you have learnt. 

Take a look at other resources that we have published related to this course so you can expand your English knowledge.

We’d love to hear what you thought about taking this course. Take this short feedback quiz to help us improve this course for future learners. It’ll only take 5 minutes!

We recommend using your course group regularly for support. You can access the forums, photos of course content and interact with other course group members.