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    You're lucky having a dog

    Is there subtle difference in the meaning between "1" and "2"?
    If so, I would like to know the difference.
    1. You're lucky to have a dog.
    2. You're lucky having a dog.

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    Re: You're lucky having a dog

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    Is there subtle difference in the meaning between "1" and "2"?
    If so, I would like to know the difference.
    1. You're lucky to have a dog.
    2. You're lucky having a dog.
    I don't detect any difference in meaning.

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