Correct Usage of “Having”

Everyday english in 50 days

Correct usage of “Having”-

  1. Used to show action in progress.

I am having a conversation with the manager.

She is having some peculiar personal problems.

I was just having fun with them.

  1. Consumption of food.

I’m having lunch.

I am having a glass of wine.

  1. As a gerund, it is used as a subject.

Having passed in the examination, she continued her job.

Having made the journey much easier, we joined the north Indian tour.

Having asked the cracking questions, she was disqualified.

Having no way to refuse, I followed her to the court hall

 

 

 

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