"I have so much fun planned."


ex) "I have so much fun planned."


1) I have my hair cut.


2) I have some food left.


Dose planned function the same as cut or left?

I think that planned modifies so much fun behind like left does and a relative pronoun and be-verbs are just omitted between so much fun and planned, and the have in the #1 is a causative verb, but the haves in the example and the #2 are just a state verb like I have a car, etc.


What do you experts think?


Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

asked Jun 21 '13 at 17:27 Hans Contributor

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First, you can't say "i have my hair cut". It's either "i'll have my hair cut" or "i had my hair cut" or "i'm having my hair cut" depending on what tense you are making the statement.

link comment answered Jun 24 '13 at 20:45 Jheng Laquihon New member

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