“Look who descended to have / having breakfast with us!”
(Said about someone who normally rather keeps aloof.)
Which one is correct?
It's "to have", as it follows a conjugated verb, the conjugated verb is not a verb that takes a gerund usually and "having" in this sense (heres where I'm guessing a bit) would possibly mean "who/what/that [be] having/has" – i.e. a participial clause (I think!).
[Not a teacher]
Thanks, I'll try "to have".
Does no one else think that “Look who's descended to (the level of) having breakfast with us!” with "the level of" implied, is possible in speech?