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    The usage of "have got + noun + past participle"

    Hello

    I want to know whether the following sentences are structurally equivalent to each other and make sense?

    Have we got any biscuits left.

    Have we got any biscuits which are left?
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    Re: The usage of "have got + noun + past participle"

    Native speakers would ask:

    'Have we got any biscuits left?'

    'Are there any biscuits left?'

    Rover

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