تالار زبانشناس

گرامر درباره stative verb

آیا haveجز stative verb نیست؟ در جمله‌ی پایین چطور have در معنی داشتن بصورت ing فرم استفاده شده؟
You are having a great deal

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دوره: « دروس پایه ی انگلیسی بدون تلاش » فصل: « غذای بوبا - درسنامه اصلی »

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سلام، قانون گرامری اصلی همونی هست که شما فکر میکنین،
اما توی گویش های مختلف چنین کاربرد هایی بصورت اصطلاحی رایج شده

در زیر توضیحات نسبتا کاملی که به سوال مشابه سوال شما داده شده قرار میدم :

In English usage , it depends which variety of English you are talking about.

In British English, there are some uses where am/is/are having is idiomatic, for example:

  • for some mental states or personal experiences:

I’m having second thoughts about going out tonight.

He’s having a panic attack

They’re having fun.

  • where have has the meaning being the host for (either an event or a visitor), and with a sense of future intent, so:

We are having a party next month.

We are having our cousins to stay next week.

But for most uses of have we don’t use the progressive.

In British English

We’re having a problem

is possible, but means something like we are experiencing a problem , rather than the neutral there is a problem : it carries a sense that we are somehow personally involved in or affected by the problem.

My impression is that in Indian English we are having is much more widely used.

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