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In what meaning or meanings you never use "have" in present progressive tense

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language


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    "I AM HAVING a party tonight. I hope that you can come."

    "Mr. and Mrs. Smith ARE HAVING problems with their new car."

    "What ARE we HAVING for dinner tonight? I hope it's lobster!"

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