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    Got a Meeting

    1. I have got a meeting.
    2. I have a meeting.

    Can anybody tell - Why got has been used here and what is the difference between the two sentence.

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    Re: Got a Meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by rajan
    1. I have got a meeting.
    2. I have a meeting.

    Can anybody tell - Why got has been used here and what is the difference between the two sentence.
    Generally speaking, the latter is more formal than the first. They mean the same.

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