Hello, maybe you remember me from the last time I've written here, but I think not. It's a while ago. Well, this time I've got almost the same problem like in my last post... I've sat an exam at English (I'm german, by the way) again and my teacher marked me (like the last time) some mistakes I can't comprehend. As he seems to be kind of incompetent I'm asking you for help, although I know that he won't ever change his opinion, even when about ten native speakers say it's wrong. (It was the same last time. I've written the sentence "And most of the things he is charged with he didn't do" and asked here whether it's correct. I told him that like ten Americans say that my sentence is right and he just answered something like "Yeah, but those people can't speak English properly") You see, it's just wasted time. So I'm asking you, because I want to know whether the following sentence is really incorrect. It's sad that I can't trust my teacher anymore and he even doesn't admit his mistakes (although making mistakes is humane). Here my sentence, with some context: "But that TV commercials manipulate the consumer (which is thought by some people) is, in my humble opinion, not true. Everybody is intelligent enough to decide what one wants to buy. And one still got has to switch the TV or radio off or just not to look at posters with advertisement." He told me that I have to write "has" instead of "got". But I still think "got" is correct, for it is British English, isn't it? By the way, he has given me one mark worse because he doesn't share my opinion in the sentence below. Thanks already for your help.