2.4.2 Grammar Spot - Have got

1. We use Have/Have got for possessions, relationships and illnesses. 
Ex. They've got a new car. They have a new car. 

2. Questions: 
Do you have a new car? 
Have you got a new car?

3. Negatives: 
I don't have a new car. 
I haven't got a new car. 

4. For the past we use had (without got) 
Ex.  Last year I had short hair.  

5. Have is also used for some actions: 
Ex.  I have breakfast at 9 o'clock. 
       I have a cup of tea every day.
       She has a shower in the evening. 
       Let's have lunch together.