Please tell me. I want to know the proper use of "got" and "have". Does one "Have" a red car, or do they "got" a new car. Presuming if it is already in their possession, not an action verb.
I beleive that it is "have", this is driving me crazy to hear people say "In my refriderator, I got eggs, I got butter, I got meat and I got milk."
(not a professional teacher) This usage is considered nonstandard but is very common in certain forms of English. It could be viewed as a contraction of "I have got", which would be viewed as standard.
Originally Posted by Unregistered
That means that it isn't correct English.
Shouldn't they used "I've got". Should we accept "ain't"
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