hello teachers, what's the difference between "I didn't have time" and "I haven't have time"?
Thank's in advance
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Anonymousone is the future ("I haven't the time").
Not exactly.
I haven't the time. (present)
I won't have the time. (Future)
The difference is the first sentence makes sense. The second one should probably be: "I haven't had time." The latter suggest that you may still get time. where the first one implies that there wasn't time at all.
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Both make sense, and both are past. The difference is, that with 'didn't' you did not have the time, and that is it, now it is too late. With 'haven't', you have not yet had the time, but you may yet, in the future.
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Is haven't had correct?

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