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    #1

    haven't

    Hi everybody,

    is it mistake to say:I haven't it. ?

    If not, what's more common to say?-with or without got???

    Thank you very much!

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    #2

    Re: haven't

    You can say
    I don't have it

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    #3

    Re: haven't

    Quote Originally Posted by kukinecka View Post
    Hi everybody,

    is it mistake to say:I haven't it. ?

    If not, what's more common to say?-with or without got???

    Thank you very much!
    Yes, it is.
    Try to say:
    "I haven't" if the question is: Have you got it?
    or "I haven't got it" answering the same question.


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    Re: haven't

    Quote Originally Posted by kukinecka View Post
    Hi everybody,

    what's more common to say?-with or without got???

    !
    In American English you say "I don't have it."

    In British English you usually say "I haven't got it."

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