Which is the correct way to tell someone that I have errands to run?
Are all of these fine to say in person and in an email?
I got some errands to run
or is it
I have errands to run
I need to run errands
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Either the second or third; the first would only be good grammar if you mean that you were given some errands to run. ("I got some errands to run when I checked in with the boss").