Going to go x have to have, had had, etc: Como utilizar?

Hi,

For exemple,I know that I can´t use ´´I am going to go´´

But,here in the Brazil,we say ´´Ele tem que ter´´ So,can I say ´´He has to have´´?

Is this correct?

´´Eu tinha pensado´´ I have had thought or I had thought?

I´m confused about this ;x

Thanks.
Editado pela última vez por Donay Mendonça em 01 Dez 2011, 16:28.
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Donay Mendonça 22 107 1.6k
Gustavo,

Você pode usar as repetições "going to go", "have to have", "has to have", etc. Veja exemplos:

"I'm going to go out and play the game the way I've always played it and see what happens.'' -Chicagotribune.com

''You'd have to have a superlative reason to do it.'' - Telegraph.co.uk

Eu tinha pensado em inglês:
I had thought.

Eu tinha tido um problema.
I had had a problem.

''L.B.J. reminded reporters that the Republican, Eisenhower, had had a problem, too, and his name was Arthur Vandenberg.'' - The New York Times


Bons estudos!
Donay,mas nestes dois casos eu não posso usar só o had não é mesmo?

I had already gone to Europe

O certo seria I have already had gone to Europe não é?

´´Eu tinha acabado de chegar´´

I have just had arrived

Seria errado falar I had just arrived não seria?

Obrigado.
Donay Mendonça 22 107 1.6k
Gustavo,

I had already gone to Europe. (correto)
Eu já tinha ido à Europa.

I have already had gone to Europe. (incorreto)

I have already gone to Europe. (correto)
Eu já fui à Europa.

Eu tinha acabado de chegar.
I had just arrived. (correto)


Bons estudos!