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    #1

    have (got)

    Hello,

    Could someone help me with this:

    Am I right that the only difference between saying 'I've got a headache' and 'I have a headache' is that the 'I've got ' is used mor in British English?

    Thnak you very much,
    heyt

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    Re: have (got)

    They are both semantically the same, and I've heard both in American English, though I don't know about British English.

    JT
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    #3

    Re: have (got)

    I've heard both in British English, too.

    Rover

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