Have and Have Got (Part 2)
The verb 'have got' means posession or obligation and is used only in the present tense. "Has she got a lot of money?" "They haven't got a lot of money."
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 Have and Have Got (Part 1)
As an auxiliary verb, 'have' is used to make perfect tenses. As a full verb, 'have' may mean posession or obligation.
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 Have and Have Got
"We want that treasure," said Silver. "And you've got a map, right?" "Perhaps," said the captain. "I know you've got it," said Silver.
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 unscathed
2 year old Dora Muhammed was _____ by the whole thing not knowing the scare she gave everyone else. The next day she was happily playing in a local park with her rescuer.
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 logarithm - Professor Dave
"The base of the log raised to the power of what's on the other side of the equal sign will equal the number that the log is operating on."
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 logarithm - Krista King
By definition, when we say "log base b of x equals y", that's the same thing as saying "b to the y equals x". So if you want to find log base b of x, you're asking "what power do you have to raise b to in oder to get x?"
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 logarithm - Krista King
By definition, when we say "log base b of x equals y", that's the same thing as saying "b to the y equals x". So if you want to find log base b of x, you're asking "what power do you have to raise b to in oder to get x?"
http://qindex.info/i.php?f=6287#5065
 㺅 원숭이 후
원숭이 후의 본자.
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