Which is correct: I miss having someone do something for me Or I miss having someone doing something for me

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  • I edited your question to change smt into something. If that's not what you had meant, please spell out the actual word you had intended. – Jason Bassford May 21 at 20:02
  • Why do you think there's something wrong? Which to use depends on what you mean very exactly, as they don't both convey the same nuance. – tchrist May 22 at 5:31

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