Is this a correct sentence:
"I have some work with you."
Can it also be said:
"I have to work with you."
Which one is correct and what are the other ways to say? Pls help.
Here a person is having some work with other person or he needs his help.
What do you mean by "having some work with"?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
It's impossible to know exactly what you mean, because you cannot describe it.
"I have been assigned to work with you."
"We have to work together."
"I have some work that I want you to help me with."
"The boss wants you to work with me."
"It's been decided that you and I will work together on this project."
I don't know if any of those fit your context.
I am asking in the context that 'a person needs other person's help' or 'he has something to discuss with him.'
I have moved further posts in this thread to the Other Languages forum with the title 'I have some work with you'.
Thanks for the help.