I am glad to have you back / having you back

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1) I am glad to have you back ( To have you back is a cause of being glad, right? )

 

2) I am glad having you back ( Can I also say the phrase having you back, meaning a cause of being glad, meaing the same as the #1 ?)

 

Or is there a meaning difference or a preference between them?


I hope to hear from you again and thank you as usual.

asked May 08 '13 at 23:11 Hans Contributor

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