Sammy and Julia are happy to go shopping together. What could possibly go wrong?

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Yes I also had a such a situation.I missed my friend at the Mall. We went to the Mall just for time pass.While walking ... she liked a dress on the display statue and she went to that shop for looking that dress . but I wasn't aware that,I went down the escalator. Then I knew that she was not with me.So I called her to know where she was? Then I went back ,I just found her there..
Now all are using mobile phones so it's easy to find a person .Nowadays technologies are very helpful...

Yes, I had a few hard times finding a friend of mine at a meeting spot. Because I totally misunderstood the place. I'm not good at location information, I still don't know where I am..........!

I remember that once it happened to me something like that. I'd finally found that person.

Have you ever had a hard time finding someone in a public place? How did you find them?

First i agree with the person i am going to leave, but on one occasion my friend got lost but i identified him with the color shirt blue. This was terrible. I searched for it all over the place.

When I and my wife go to the department store we have the same problem because she goes the wear store and I go to the tools store. Finally, when we want to come back to home we find hardly each other.

I am average in writing english but very bad in reading english. I am 23 years old and work as a content marketing executive.

what the difference between those sentences, and why
I haven't got any money
I haven't any money

Both have got and have are the same meaning. Have got is used commonly in North America.

Hello Anwar68,

The first sentence is correct and the second is not.

There are two ways to construct a negative with have for possession:

I haven't got any money.

I don't have any money.

When have is the main verb we need to use an auxiliary don't to make the negative.

 

The meaning of the sentences is the same, but haven't got is a little more informal and is more common in speech than writing.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Normanly,when I find someone in public place,I usually call a phone and ask them where they are.Then ask security or others the way to go there.

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