haven't vs don't have vs haven't got??
Since I'm not a native speaker, I have some problems with using some verbs, for example:-
Which is more commonly used" I don't have a car? or I haven't a car or I haven't got a car.
the most useful expression is: I don't have a car because it's simple way including just a verb in simple tense.that's my opinion..
"I don't have a car" and "I haven't got a car" are both fine. I would say that "I don't have a car" is used more often then "I haven't got a car," but either way you are speaking correctly. :)
Now, I can see the difference.
>> Thank you so much for all your help I really appreciate it.
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