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28 Dec 2019

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What is the difference between “haitte imasu”, “mochiawasete inai”, “arimasen”. All mean “have” but what is the difference between them? Please explain, giving reference to the below examples:

EXAMPLE 1
Having special plan
tokubetsu na yotei ga haitte imasu

EXAMPLE 2
They don’t have the creativity or imagination found in Sega and Nintendo games.
sore-ra wa, Sega ya nintendō no geimu ni mirareru sōzōsei ya souzouryoku o mochiawasete inai.

EXAMPLE 3
We don’t have that in England.
Ingurando niwa sorewa arimasen.
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