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    #1

    have/have got

    Hi,
    Is there any difference between the two sentences?
    1.All you’ve got to do is call.
    2.All you have to do is call.
    Thanks.


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    Re: have/have got

    1.All you’ve got to do is call.
    2.All you have to do is call.

    The meaning is identical (the same).

    I've got to go. = I have to go.

    Also: I have = I've got

    I have a headache. = I've got a headache.

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