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    #1

    Haven I seen you before?

    Haven I seen you before?


    I don't understand why in the sentence above appears the word "haven".

    I understand what "Have I seen you before?" or "Haven't I seen you before?" mean

    but I don't understand the sentence "Haven I seen you before?" ?

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    #2

    Re: Haven I seen you before?

    It's a typo. It should be ​Haven't.

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    Re: Haven I seen you before?

    Where did you see that sentence, kompstar?

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