I’ll have for him to come home.

Baltic Sea

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Polish
Hello again!

African American Vernacular English 1

I’ll have for him to come home.

Does it mean:

I’ll have him come home.

or

I’ll have make him come home.

or

I'll arrange for / ask (for) him to come home.

Thank you.
 
  • Alxmrphi

    Senior Member
    UK English
    "I'll have for him to come home" is a weird way of saying "I'll have him come home", which (to me) is less weirder than the first one, but weirder than "I'll arrange for him to come home", which is the most normal to me. Are you sure this is connected to AAVE :rolleyes:?
     
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