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    #1

    She is having a builder in to to repair the walls.

    I would really appreciate it if someone could help me understand the difference between the following:

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    she is going to have someone in to repair the walls.

    vs

    she is having someone in to repair the walls.
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    Thank you for your help.

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    #2

    Re: She is having a builder in to to repair the walls.

    The first refers to something that will take place in the future.

    The second refers to something that may be taking place now or may take place in the future.

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    Re: She is having a builder in to to repair the walls.

    gurpreetgill4u, you surely know by now that every new sentence must begin with a capital letter.

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