So, are they possible if I use “have to” in progressive tenses?
A. She is having to take care of her.
B. She was having to have a bath.
C. She will be having to walk to her school.
D. You can make a call without having to wait for a long time.
E. You can remove car dents without having to repaint.
- All examples are grammatically correct.
- Examples A, B and C use “have to” in progressive tenses.
- Examples D and E do not use “have to” in progressive tenses.
- The use of progressive tenses with “have to” in not usual. Just use simple tenses.