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    But with the situation at the ground having improved,

    Respected,
    I have a clarification, please clarify it for me.
    "But with the situation at the ground having improved"
    having improved means?

    when we use having + past participle verb.

    It would be better if you could give some some examples in this regard.
    Please correct me If i am wrong, I appreciate your help.
    Thanks in Advance.
    Regards
    Madhu

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    Re: But with the situation at the ground having improved,

    But, as the situation on [rather than 'at'] the ground has improved, ...

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