Correct usage of the word “HAVING”

Everyday english in 50 days

We often get confused while using the word ‘having’ in writing and/or in speaking. This is a word that is majorly misused. The article below will help you understand the correct usage of the same.

 

 AS A MAIN VERB (for consumption of food)

We use this word as the main verb in a sentence. This word can be used at the place of eating or taking.

For example, I am eating pizza at the moment.

We can also say, I am having pizza at the moment.

 

 FOR FUN (desired experience)

We all are having fun at the party.

I am having fun at this place.

 FOR PREGNANCY

She is having a baby.

 As A GERUND

Having said that, I still think there is room for improvement.

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