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I think the phrase "You got me" is actually an idiom. Thus it stands as is, and would not be said "You have got me" - except where that collocation appeared in a completely different sense as in Dragon's example above "For example someone in a bad mood may say "I have no friends!
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I've no idea. Sometimes, "You've got me. Some people including me add the word 'there' to the very end: 'You've got me there, mate! I've never seen it, but I always thought the Jerry Maguire quote was "You had me at hello". It doesn't sound right to me to use the word 'got' here. The only similar reference I can think of using 'got' is Sonny and Cher's song, 'I got you babe'.
You're probably right about the quote FD. I did see the movie, but only the once and thereafter relied on others who referred to it, maybe correctly or maybe not.
You're certainly right about the further use of the "you got me" for games and practical jokes. I would even use it for games involving avatars -eg, when a grandchild's avatar destroys mine in some grizzly game of mayhem. In my point of view 'do you have' is more usual in the America, whereas 'have you got' is more common in great Britain as well as being severally more and less conventional, as daviesri says.
Difference between the two sentences? Also, is there any sense difference or meaning difference between these two sentences?
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Thanks in advance for your cooperation. This would not be used by a native speaker.cars.cleantechnica.com/el-retrato-de-la-mujer-coreana-alebrijez.php
David August - You Got to Love Me
You may have been helping me or you may have been helping someone else or you may simply have done a part of the work by yourself and that contributed to the success of whatever was happening. You may say thanks for helping out at the book fair. The out is allowed, but it is not necessary and would generally not be used in formal language.
It may be simpler to avoid it.
Let's Marvin Gaye and get it on You got the healing that I want Just like they say it in the song Until the dawn, let's Marvin Gaye and get it on You got to give it up to me I'm screaming mercy, mercy please Just like they say it in the song Until the dawn, let's Marvin Gaye and get it on. And when you leave me all alone I'm like a stray without a home I'm like a dog without a bone I just want you for my own I've got to have you babe Woah, there's loving in your eyes That pulls me closer It's so subtle, I'm in trouble But I'd rather be in trouble with you.
Let's Marvin Gaye and get it on Ooh babe, I got the healing that you want Just like they say it in the song Until the dawn, let's Marvin Gaye and get it on.