"I haven't showered today." Or "I didn’t shower today." Which one is commonly said?
- Land-sharkLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Any self-respecting person would avoid using either of them. As someone already said, you can use 'yet' to imply that you intend to get a shower when you can.
Everything depends upon the context in which it is being said. "I didn't get a shower today because the heating was out of action."
- Anonymous1 month ago
"I haven't showered today" means "yet." You still have the opportunity.
"I didn't shower today" means the day is ending. You'll have to shower tomorrow.
- busterwasmycatLv 71 month ago
Kind of depends on the situation. I haven't showered today suggests that you normally would, and that you might still, or you are explaining something else (like why your hair is a mess or you don't smell all that great). I did not shower today is more of an assertion of truth. I did not.
The usual reasons we chose I have not versus I did not, in effect.
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 71 month ago
Of the two, the second one would be the more common. The first one sounds a bit posh.
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- UserLv 71 month ago
- I didn't take a shower today.