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    Default have you wait

    Hi,

    What form of a verb should 'wait' be after the verb 'have'?

    "I'm afraid I'm going to have you (to) wait/waiting."

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    Default Re: have you wait

    Quote Originally Posted by sebayanpendam View Post
    Hi,

    What form of a verb should 'wait' be after the verb 'have'?

    "I'm afraid I'm going to have you (to) wait/waiting."

    Thanks
    It would be incorrect either way, this is correct: "I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to wait."

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