Past Participle: got, US: gottenWill have got is not possible. You can only use got if you do not use any other auxiliary.And also, I would like to know "I've got a" means the same of "I have" in the following sentence:
"If you mess with her you will have got a problem!"
"If you mess with her you will have a problem!"
I have got a car.
he had got a friend.
a is used with any letter except vowels. But: An apple, an orange...I always get puzzled when using "I've got a/an". Never know where to use that correctly.
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