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    Question enjoy not having to verb construction correct or not ı want to learn

    ı want to know about this sentence construction. I enjoy not having to get up early . İs this sentence grammatically correct?

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    Default Re: enjoy not having to verb construction correct or not ı want to learn

    Its perfect. It means: I don't have to get up early, and I enjoy it. The verb TO ENJOY is followed by ING.

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