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In 英語, how do you say...?

Alice Val Alice Val (2) 2018/01/19に投稿

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Hello!

If my nose is running at the moment, can I say, 'I'm having a runny nose'? Or is it a mistake, and it's better to say, 'I have a runny nose'?


And one more question. Are 'runny nose' and 'running nose' synonyms? Is it correct to say, 'I have a running nose'?


Thank you in advance!

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I have/I'm having a runny nose

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Still I have only - not I'm having which is rarely used in most contexes

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Alice Val Alice Val (2) 2018/03/16に投稿

Thank you, Paul! :)

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Still I have only - not I'm having which is rarely used in most contexes

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I have a "runny" nose

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A "runny" nose is the word you are looking for :) 

Hit me up if you've got any more questions!

Isabella

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Alice Val Alice Val (2) 2018/03/16に投稿

Isabella, thank you!

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Runny - not running - with nose. I have is far better than I'm having which is used rarely as in I'm having a party on Saturday.

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Alice Val Alice Val (2) 2018/01/20に投稿

Thank you, Paul!

Katie Williams Katie Williams (1) 2020/02/05に投稿

My teacher said that they have the same meaning but I have searched on the dictionary, "runny" may be the best choice of answer because it is an adj and running describe a race normally. It's my opinion, I hope it can help you.

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