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Anastasia
Please, help, how to say correctly: "I have not a car; I have no a car; or I don't have a car"???
Feb 24, 2010 8:38 AM
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As Toffler says, "I don't have a car" is correct and would be the one you would hear almost all the time. Also correct, but far less common, is "I have no car." This is older English but would be understood. Notice that it is your second sentence without the "a" article. Also conveying the same meaning is: "I'll ride my bike", "I'll walk", "I'll be taking a taxi", and "You'll have to come get me." ;-)
February 24, 2010
It would be I don't have a car.
February 24, 2010
i dont have a car is my beat cowboy...
February 24, 2010
Anastasia
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