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    History with her/aide

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    History with her/aide
    Message from kaisan posted on 03-03-2020 at 16:54:28 (D | E | F)
    Could you help me, please?

    Watching TV drama [SUITS], I found this expression,
    [Do you have the history with her?]
    I understood what it meant by the context.It was [Is she your ex-girlfriend?]
    It's a good way to ask when, actually,I have to ask somebody about this type of thing.
    I want to know other situation where you can use this expression.
    Please teach me some examples.

    Thank you for any reply.

    Re: History with her/aide from gerondif, posted on 03-03-2020 at 17:25:15 (D | E)
    Do you have the history with her? strikes me as rather bad English to ask : Are you going out with her?
    Even if I used those words, I would say :Do you have a history with her?
    The correct word would be "affair" : Are you having an affair with her ?

    Are you going out with her ?
    Is there something going on between the two of you ?
    Are you having a fling with her ?
    Is there a love affair between the two of you ?
    Are you wooing this girl ? (very old-fashioned)

    The rest is too rude...

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