Hi,

Could any native speaker right my ideas about ?

Thank your help in advance.

I have no use for it.

there, [use] = the purpose or reason for using something;

I have no use for it. -----

1. I have [it is not for use]. (for = shows purpose)

2. I have [no use is for it.] (for = in favor of / in support of)

3. I don’t have [it to have use]. (the first have = to cause to do ; the second have = to experience (something) as having been treated in the stated way)

4. I don’t have [use to have it]. ---ditto
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have no use for it. --

1. I have [it is not for use]. (for = shows purpose)

2. I have [no use is for it.] (for = in favor of / in support of)

3. I don’t have [it to have a use]. (the first have = to cause to do ; the second have = to experience (something) as having been treated in the stated way)

4. I don’t have [a use to have it]. ---ditto
Hi,

Could any native speaker right my ideas about ?

Thank your help in advance.

I have no use for it.

there, [use] = the purpose or reason for using something; Yes. In what way do you find this explanation unsatisfactory?

Sorry, I find these points incomprehensible. This is probably why no-one has replied to you.

Is it possible for you to rewrite them in sentences that use correct grammar?

have no use for it. --

1. I have [it is not for use]. (for = shows purpose)

2. I have [no use is for it.] (for = in favor of / in support of)

3. I don’t have [it to have use]. (the first have = to cause to do ; the second have = to experience (something) as having been treated in the stated way)

4. I don’t have [use to have it]. ---ditto

Clive
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Hi,

About the reason why to make the sentences in different way, different definition of [is] or [have] gives cause for putting the word---[use] upside down.

I'll give [is] and [have] the correct different definition in the end of each sentences.

And any native speaker please see my such arrengements is correct or not?

Thank you for your assistance.

I have no use for it. --

there, [use] = the purpose or reason for using something

1. I have [it is not for use]. (for = shows purpose) ---[is]= exists / lives

2. I have [no use is for it.] (for = in favor of / in support of) ----[is]= identifies /shows

3. I don’t have [it to have a use]. (the first have = to cause to do ; the second [have ]= to experience (something) as having been treated in the stated way)

4. I don’t have [a use to have it]. ---the second [have] = to give birth to / to produce
I'm sorry, bepleased, but your questions are completely incomprehensible.

The sentence "I have no use for it" means "I do not find it useful" or "It is useless to me."
Hi, Grammar Geek,

{The sentence "I have no use for it" means "I do not find it useful" or "It is useless to me." }------Thank you for your important telling.

Follow your instructions, clarify my mind.

Is it really ok? Yet still I would appreciate your comments .

And a set of the formation of the words meaning is made---with one kind of [have](= to produce) and one kind of [use] (= the usefulness or advantage given by something) and two kinds of [is] (= identifies / shows; or exists / lives) and two kinds of [for] (= in favor of / in support of; or shows purpose)

The original sentence taken as :

the set of the formation of words meaning:

I have no use is for gambling. (is = exists / lives)

I have gambling is for no use. (is = identifies / shows)
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Hi, Grammar Geek,

{The sentence "I have no use for it" means "I do not find it useful" or "It is useless to me." }------Thank you for your important telling.

Follow your instructions, clarify my mind.

Is it really ok? Yet still I would appreciate your comments .

And a set of the formation of the words meaning is made---with one kind of [have](= to produce) and one kind of [use] (= the usefulness or advantage given by something) and two kinds of [is] (= identifies / shows; or exists / lives) and two kinds of [for] (= in favor of / in support of; or shows purpose)

The original sentence taken as :

the set of the formation of words meaning:

I have no use is for gambling. (is = identifies / shows) (for = in favor of)

I have gambling is for no use. (is = exists / lives) (for = shows purpose)
Hi,

Sorry, I still don't understand what you are talking about.

Perhaps someone else will.

Clive
bepleasedThe original sentence taken as :

the set of the formation of words meaning:

1) I have no use is for gambling. (is = identifies / shows) (for = in favor of)

2) I have gambling is for no use. (is = exists / lives) (for = shows purpose)

1) Why are you adding "is" to this structure?

2) This is so ungrammatical that it's hard to understand what you mean by it.

I know you know what you are trying to do, but it doesn't make sense to us.

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