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    #1

    the smallest I've got a thousand

    the smallest I've got is a thousand.

    Here I think :
    have = auxiliary verb
    is = main verb

    and this sentence is simple present tense.

    Is this right?

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    #2

    Re: the smallest I've got a thousand

    Yes.


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    Re: the smallest I've got a thousand

    The smallest I have got.... Is just a clause which modifies for "is"....


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    Re: the smallest I've got a thousand

    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    The smallest I have got.... Is just a clause which modifies for "is"....
    Can you provide me some sentences with the same kind?

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