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    honeyhoney is offline Newbie
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    To have inconvenience

    Can we use "have" for "inconvenience"?

    For example,

    She didn't have inconvenience.

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    Re: To have inconvenience

    Quote Originally Posted by honeyhoney View Post
    Can we use "have" for "inconvenience"?

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    She didn't have inconvenience.
    No, we don't say that. You can say, "She wasn't inconvenienced."

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    Re: To have inconvenience

    And, exactly as often, you can "cause" inconvenience to others.

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    No, we don't say that. You can say, "She wasn't inconvenienced."

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