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    #1

    having to or conducting

    "I know you are having an investigation to conduct."

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    "You have to conduct an investigation."

    What would be the difference between these two?

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    Re: having to or conducting

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "I know you are having an investigation to conduct."

    OR

    "You have to conduct an investigation."

    What would be the difference between these two?
    The first one is incorrect/non-standard in most dialects of English. "I know you have..." is correct.

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