Please consider this sentence, "No change in schedule other than having Kelvin introducing you to the audience".

I already know Kelvin will be present. So do we need "having" in the above sentence?



In this case the word "having" means "assigning"

That is the only change in the schedule; except it should read "having Kelvin introduce" not "introducing."

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