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Both are the same? Have you found something better to do? and Have you got something better to do?
Feb 13, 2014 11:36 PM
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Context would be good, but Have you got something better to do sounds better. Example conversation: Person 1: I want to go to the movies Person 2: I don't want to go to the movies. Person 1: Do you have something better to do? Example conversation 2: Person 1: I don't want to be here. [movie theater] Person 2: Do you have something better to do? Don't= Do not In spoken english people usually say don't instead of do not.
February 14, 2014
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English, Turkish
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