I don't have any / I haven't any

jmarlu

Member
españa, español
Hello Everybody:


I have the next question:

What is the correct sentence...?

-I haven't any chances?

or

-I don't have any chances?


Muchas gracias y un saludo
 
  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    Both are correct, although 'I don't have any chances' is the more common, I would say.

    However, 'I don't have any chances.' doesn't sound like a very English sentence. It could be, in certain contexts, but I wonder what context you need to use it in?
     

    mijoch

    Banned
    British English
    Also

    I haven't got.

    "chance" ES---oportunidad/posibilidad.

    "chance" EN---algo impredecible.
     

    fenixpollo

    moderator
    American English
    Since this is a translation forum, please show us the sentence you want to say in Spanish. Perhaps none of the suggestions in this thread are the right ones to express your idea. We can only know if you show us the original text.
     

    leighwebber

    New Member
    English
    I think you may mean, "I don't have a chance", or "I don't stand a chance." They are both correct, although the second is more common in casual conversation.
     
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