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  1. Fazzu's Avatar
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    #1

    'No' or 'Not'

    Dear teachers,

    Is this sentence correct:

    "Truly,right has been the utterence on most of them,so they have not faith"

    I think it should be "...have no faith"

    Please correct my doubt.
    Thanks.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: 'No' or 'Not'

    It's an archaic form, "they haven't ... / they do not have faith."

  3. Fazzu's Avatar
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    #3

    Re: 'No' or 'Not'

    I have only heard these words:

    Thee
    Thou art
    Thy

    This the first time I'm hearing this kind of sentence in archaic form.
    Thanks Cas

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