Objectives & Sequence: This lesson is intended to be used as a review of Grammar 1-3.

Intro Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Student 4

Students work in groups of three to four and open the corresponding pages.

On each page, students are presented with discussion questions they are to ask their groups. Each student in the group should answer the question. The questions require answers containing have or have got. Below each question is a suggested answer with which the student asking the question can use to help others formulate answers.

  1. What are you going to have for air freight tonight?
    • I'm having / going to have...
  2. Have you got any arrivals or departures?
    • No, I haven't.
    • Yes, I have a / I've got a...
  3. What have you got to do tonight?
    • I've got to...
  1. Have you got an Air Traffic Control manual?
    • Yes, I have. I've got a .... / I have a ....
    • No, I haven't.
  2. What haven't you got that you really want?
    • I haven't got... / I don't have...
  3. Do you want to have a pilots license? If you already have one, do you want to have more endorsements?
    • Yes, I do.
    • No, I don't.
  1. Have you got many passengers in your aircraft?
    • Yes, my aircraft’s got 9 people.
    • No, my aircraft’s only got 4 people.
  2. What do you have to do tomorrow?
    • I have to... / I've got to...
  3. Do you have an airport inspection in the morning, at night, or both?
    • I have an airport inspection in the morning / at night / both in the morning and at night.
  1. Have you got an Air Traffic Control license?
    • Yes, I have.
    • No, I haven't.
  2. Have you got a big hangar?
    • Yes, I have.
    • No, I haven't.
  3. Are you having a good day today?
    • Yes, I am.
    • No, I'm not.