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    #1

    have or enjoy?

    Dear all,
    In the sentence below which verb sounds better, "have" or "enjoy"?

    Since elderly people nowadays have/ enjoy better food and advanced medical technology, they don't have to worry so much about their physical problems.

    Thank you!

    OP




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    Re: have or enjoy?

    They are both fine.

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