Re: Have got to
Although originally the present perfect of GET, 'I've got' in your sentence is functioning as a present tense equuivalent to 'I have'.
Originally Posted by shibli.aftab
It would actually make no difference if the tenses were different. 'Studying' (the gerund) and 'study' (the noun) would not change.
I have (got) loads of study/studying to do.
I had loads of study/studying to do.
I will have leads of study/studying to do.
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