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    fantastic is offline Junior Member
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    hasn't or haven't

    Hi

    (and all of these things hasn't changed over the many years.)

    Is it havn't or has'nt?

    I think it's haven't but the one who wrote this sentence is native. So, am just gussing I might be wrong.

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    Re: hasn't or haven't

    It should be "haven't" but I think it would be more natural to say "none of these things have changed much...."
    Last edited by jamiep; 25-Mar-2008 at 16:11. Reason: typo

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    Re: hasn't or haven't

    Quote Originally Posted by fantastic View Post
    Hi

    (and all of these things hasn't changed over the many years.)

    Is it havn't or has'nt?

    I think it's haven't but the one who wrote this sentence is native. So, am just gussing I might be wrong.
    natives do make mistakes too
    jamiep is right

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