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You've got a great body.
You have a great body.

Are both correct and have the same meaning?
Thanks.
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New2grammarYou've got a great body.
You have a great body.

Are both correct and have the same meaning?
Thanks.

Both are correct and mean the same. It's very nice of you to say so!Emotion: wink
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I think these two sentences have the same meaning.. You just add the word got in the first sentence.Emotion: smile
They have the same meaning, and they both are correct (unless you're talking about me). I try to avoid the double verb form 'have got' in speaking, and I definitely don't use it in writing.
Unlike Philip, I like the first one better. you've got seems more enthusiatic. you have, on the other hand, sounds too flat (academic?) to my ear to be equally convincing praise in such profane matters. Emotion: big smile
CJ
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You've got a great body.
You have a great body.

I am not completely sure whether this is right or not, but i think that the first one is pure British, while the next one is American.
Like in the question:
1-How many children have you got ?
2-How many children do u have ?

Same meaning but different tenses.