- Do you have have you got?
- What is the difference between have you and did you?
- What’s the difference between have and got?
- Did not receive or received?
- Can I get some of your time?
- When you have time meaning?
- Did you get or got my message?
- Do you have the time means?
- Did you get or have you got?
- Where we use have had?
- Did you get the chance to see my email?
- Have you got the time meaning?
- When the time is right meaning?
- Could you please spare some time meaning?
Do you have have you got?
Contrary to the above, “Have you got” is more common in British English than “Do you have” (about 2:1); but “Do you have” is much more common in American English than “Have you got” (more than 10:1).
Note that the response includes only the relevant auxiliary: – “Do you have a pen”; “Yes, I do”..
What is the difference between have you and did you?
It is about an event which can happen again or is still relevant in the present. The difference is pretty subtle, but the “did you…” version implies more of an event, i.e. something that needs to be seen just once, perhaps because it’s temporary. So, Have you seen [insert movie title]?
What’s the difference between have and got?
“Have” is used for the present tense. … For example, in the present tense we can write: They have a nice dog, or They have got a nice dog. But in past tense, “got” cannot be used with “had.” For example, They had a nice dog. This sentence cannot be written as: They had got a nice dog.
Did not receive or received?
Both are correct (assuming you add “it” or use some other object to the end), though one is more common than the other: “I did not receive” is the past simple tense. This is for completed actions in the past. “I have not received” is present perfect tense.
Can I get some of your time?
“May I take some of your time” is a very polite and grammatically correct way to ask for someone’s time. You need to choose a different verb than “say,” however; we don’t “say a story.”
When you have time meaning?
have (the) time To be unoccupied or idle and thus able to do something. … When you have the time, please see if you can fix this handle.
Did you get or got my message?
“You got my message” is an informal approach to asking the listener if they have received the speaker’s message. All of them are correct. “did you receive my message “ indicates simple past tense which means received in the recent past. Above two statements are literally correct.
Do you have the time means?
One: If you ask, “Do you have the time?” by itself, it means, “What time is it?” But if you’ve just described some assistance that you need or job that has to be done, it can mean, “Are you available to do this?” For example, “Someone is going to have to proof-read this report.
Did you get or have you got?
“What did you get?” is a correct question in the past tense. “What do you got?” is a non-standard dialect question in the present tense.
Where we use have had?
Had had is the past perfect form of have when it is used as a main verb to describe our experiences and actions. We use the past perfect when we are talking about the past and want to refer back to an earlier past time, Madiini.
Did you get the chance to see my email?
Assuming you include the e-mail you are referring to in some way, you might say: Have you had a chance to look at this yet? This informally conveys the sense that you know how busy they are.
Have you got the time meaning?
Definition of have (got) the time —used to ask someone what time it is”Do you have the time?” “Yes, it’s 10 minutes past 3.”Excuse me, but have you got the time?
When the time is right meaning?
the time is right/ripe it is the most suitable moment to do something or for something to happen: I haven’t told him yet, but I will when the time is right.
Could you please spare some time meaning?
“Please spare me a few minutes,” means “set aside a few minutes for me.” It can be used sarcastically, “Spare me the details” in other words, save it and tell it to someone else, I don’t want to hear about it.