Student or Learner
I have two question.
"W: Do you like coffee?
M: Sure do! Love my java in the morning.
W: Well, you might want to invest in a small coffee maker. It’s a
nice luxury having brewed coffee first thing in the morning. So,
we’ve covered clothing, bedding, bathroom, and coffee."
1- Which time we have to use 'having + PP" ?What is the usage of this format?
2- what does invest mean in the above sentence?
What is the meaning ?why using having before adjective?
Think of it as 'it's a nice luxury to drink freshly-made coffee...'
'...to invest in' means 'to buy'.