I have something + verb English basics lesson
What will I learn from the English basic lesson I have something + verb?
During this English lesson you will learn what the words 'I have something' mean and how to use them with a verb in a sentence. The lesson shows several examples how to use them in sentences.
What do the words 'I have something' mean?
When you use the words 'I have something' you are telling someone that you possess something or have to do something that is unspecified or undetermined.
Examples of how to use the words 'I have something':
I have something to complete before I can help you.
I have something to share with you.
I have something important to tell you please wait for me to get there.
I have something to encourage you that will help you with your studies.
I have something to explain to you what I want doing before I get back.
I have something special planned when you come to stay with us for a few days.
I have something else to consider before I can give you my answer.
I have something to apologize for what I said about you.
I have something to attend a meeting at work.
I have something to ask you about what happened yesterday.
I have something fun that you will love doing.
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