Both are used. They are interchangeable.Originally Posted by mohammad
No. "less water" is fine just the way it is.Originally Posted by mohammad
No. It's fine.Originally Posted by mohammad
I don't understand the question, sorry. To me, "having" functions as a verb in that context, and not as a noun:Originally Posted by mohammad
We are having a good time.
We are doing this: having a good time.
Having a good time is what we are doing.
We are having a baby.
We are having drinks.
We are having the Smiths come over for dinner.
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