"IT DOESN'T HAVE ANY SENSE!"
Do you say this? If you do, then you shouldn't worry too much because 80% of Spanish people say this sentence when they speak English.
It is a direct translation from the Spanish sentence: "No tiene sentido". The main contruction of the sentence is correct because it is a negative sentence and therefore needs an auxillary verb. The real problem in this case is the "have" and the correct way to say this sentence is: "It doesn't MAKE any sense!"
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