關於Collleague的意思和用法的提問

"Collleague"的近義詞和區別

Q: I'm having a new collleague 和 I have a new colleague 的差別在哪裡?
A: "I have" refers to now (the current time). "I currently have a new colleague".

"I am [verb]+ing" refers to now, continuing into the future. "I am walking", "I am eating". This "present continuous" tense is only used with "active" verbs.

"I am having [a new colleague]" is unnatural because "having" is a "stative" verb, unlike "walking" or "eating" (which are "active" verbs).


"I am having [something]" is natural in other cases, where "having" means something different. "I am having lunch" means "I am eating lunch", which has the meaning of an active verb.

"I'm having" can also be used informally to mean "I will be having" (in the future).

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