Do something when you have a chance?
If you have a chance to do something, you have the opportunity to do it. If you have a chance to do something, you have the opportunity to do it. If you have a chance to do something, you have the opportunity to do it. If there is a chance of something happening , it is possible that it will happen .
Is got a proper word?
In American English, most dictionaries allow “got” as the past participle but prefer “gotten.” Today I get well. In recent years, Dana has had the good sense to look this word up in the dictionary: “I see it has become accepted, so there is now such a word.”
Did she get or got?
Forms of the verb getPerson1st / 2nd sing3rd singTenseI / youhe, she, etcPresent.getgetsPreteritgot.Past participlegot (or gotten, USA only)
Is Have you got grammatically correct?
“You have got” fully correct, relatively formal, often stresses importance. For example, “You have got to go to school today as you have missed too many days already.” “Youve” (short for “You have”) - more casual and familiar, less important. For example “Youve got a great smile.” “You got” (have is missing).
What is worse got or gotten worse?
They are very similar, it got worse is what you would use to talk more solidly about a past event. it has gotten worse can only be used to talk about something still on-going. Yesterday the weather was bad and it got worse. - the events are all contained to yesterday.