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    #1

    have someone V/ving

    The coach has the players _____ basketball after school every day.
    (A) practice (B) to practice (C) practicing (D) practiced
    The answer is option A. Is option C also acceptable?

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    Re: have someone V/ving

    Yes.

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    Re: have someone V/ving

    In BE, the verb 'practise' is spelt with an s.

    Rover

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