In an English text, I happened upon a sentence like the following.
____________ no money, I cannot buy that lovely house. A. Having B. If having
which of those is a correct answer to the sentence?
I believe that A and B might be correct. one(A) is an adjective phrase which describes the subject of the main clause. The other(B) is a introductory clause.
But according to text book, the answer to the question is A
Why isn't the B correct? please, let me know it. is there anyone who explains it to me?