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    • Join Date: Nov 2006
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    have enjoying

    Hi,

    I have heard an expression "Have enjoying it!" Is it good English? What style of speech does it belong to?

    Thanks

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    Re: have enjoying

    I've never heard any such expression.
    It sounds like someone may have been writing too fast and accidentally left out the word 'been'.


    • Join Date: Nov 2006
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    Re: have enjoying

    Philly, the expression seems pretty strange to me, too, but I have found a number of examples using google.

    We have enjoying dancing to the wonderful bands and the fun, friendly atmosphere.
    I have enjoying serving you during these past two years and I look forward to seeing many of you at the convention in August.
    Your comment?

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    Re: have enjoying

    Comment:
    Google does not eliminate typographical errors from its search results.

    Google is also very good at locating grammatically incorrect English. There is plenty of it on the web.

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