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"These days, children have too many fizzy drinks" - this is from New English FIle 3rd iner - shouldn't they say "These days, children are having too many fizzy drinks?" Thanks in advance!
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Anonymous shouldn't they say "These days, children are having too many fizzy drinks?
Not normally: 'have' usually uses simple present for NOW: I have a headache.
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These days, most children too many sugary snacks. (have)