Thursday, January 29, 2009

Didn't or Haven't?

I always got confused with these two words.

For example, there was one time, when i want to collect the assignments (that should be graded) from the lecturer-in-charge:

Lecturer: Do you have the answer scheme?
Me (nervous) : No, I haven't got... oh.. didn't get it yet.

So, which one is correct?

Ta!

8 comments:

Szakif said...

my advice is: see the question itself. it say "do you have..." so you have to answer accordingly i.e. "i have it" or "i don't have it yet"

simple :)

Szakif said...

heh. my english also isn't perfectly correct above. i should say "it says" instead of "it say"

:P

Ir A.Aziz said...

@ Szakif - Aah kan? Btol jugak. Never thought of that before. Silly me.

myadlan said...

wah. ni kelas english plak.. bagus2. keep it up.

aku pun nak blaja engilsh kat sini gak.

nanti letak aku dalam sidebar, 'my classmates' plak.. hehe

Szakif said...

ahaha~ adlan. i think your avatar suits you as being the educator.

:P

teyha! said...

szakif betul dan logik. hihi.
kalau soalan tu 'have u got the scheme?' then u say 'i have/haven't got it' or 'yes/not yet.'

kalau 'did u get the scheme?'
well i think u know this one, 'i did/did not/yes/nope/didn't.'

Ir A.Aziz said...

ahhh, sy sangat malu~~

Primary school pny grammar pon boleh confused.

Xper2. Ake tebalkan muka, for the sake of learning.

Ir A.Aziz said...

@ myadlan - Ala adlan, u are already very good in english. Haha!

 
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