Common English Verbs: HAVE and HAVE GOT

source: Espresso English    2012年10月27日
There are two ways to make the negative form of the verb HAVE or HAS: Don't have / Doesn't have Haven't / Hasn't
When "have" is the main verb (meaning possession), then the negative form is "don't have / doesn't have."
When "have" is the auxiliary verb (like in the present perfect) then use "haven't / hasn't":
Either "have" or "have got" can be used when "have" is the main verb (in the case of possession):