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Did you have a chance or had a chance?
“Have chance” and “did you had the chance” are incorrect. You would always use an article in this sentence. “Did” is used with the base form of the verb (“have” in this case) to form a question in the simple past. The difference between “I didn't have a chance” and “I didn't have the chance” is very slight.
What does have a chance at mean?
to have the chance, to have one's chance (to do something): to have the opportunity, to have the time (to do something) idiom. I haven't had the chance to read these reports yet. to have / to stand a (sporting) chance (of winning): to have a good opportunity (to win)
Have you got VS do you have?
In the US "have you got" is more informal, (sometimes we omit the "have" in informal speech) and "do you have" is more the formal standard. Both are used equally in different situations.
Related Question Did you get a chance to look into this meaning?
When you get a chance or the chance?
The difference is very subtle. To "have the chance to" implies something very definite, and quite possibly a one-time opportunity to do something. To "have a chance to" implies something which might occur again in the future.
Did you receive my message meaning?
“did you receive my message “ indicates simple past tense which means received in the recent past.
Did I get it right meaning?
You might say "Did I get it right?" if someone asked you a question that they knew the answer to, and they wanted to see if you knew the answer: Sue: Guess how old I am?
What does it mean to take your chances?
Definition of take one's chances
: to do something even though it might fail "You might not succeed." "I know, but I'll take my chances anyway."
What does it mean to take a chance on someone?
take a chance on someone or something
to gamble that something good might happen or that someone might do well; to take a risk that something would go wrong or that someone would do badly.
How do you use chance in a sentence?
How do I use I've got?
It is past tense. “I've got” is a contraction for “ I have got” and it -can be used in a sentence this way—'i have got to take a bath.” It is present perfect. In most cases the “have” suggests the need to do something immediately (if you want to, you can think of it as “must.”
What does I've got you mean?
The meaning depends on the context. In (at least American) slang, saying "I got you" means either "I get what you're saying" or "I've got your back". In child games of tag, saying "I got you!" means that you caught someone.
Did you have a chance or had a chance? “Have chance” and “did you had the chance” are incorrect. You would always use an article in this sentence. “Did” is used with the base form of the verb (“have” in this case) to form a question in the simple past. The difference between “I didn’t…