Have got or have — when we talk about school timetable… I’ve stuck on this question.
I’ve read in “Oxford English Grammar Course” by Michael Swan that got-forms are not usually used to talk about repeated actions, and he put some examples: “She has maths on Mondays”, “She has economics once a week”.
But in “GoGetter-2” Students’ book besides examples like “On Tuesday, we have music”, I’ve also met “We’ve GOT French and Maths together”.
So, I’m confused: should I say “I have Maths on Monday” or “I have got Maths on Monday”?
Perhaps, all these mean that one can say “I have got P.E. and Science”, but “I have P.E. and Science” is much more preferable..?