Mom will soon have you <clean><cleaning> your room.


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(1) Mom will soon have you clean your room.

(2) Mom will soon have you cleaning your room.

Question: Is there any difference in meaning/connotation between these two sentences?
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  • lingobingo

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    English - England
    Yes. Probably. But it’s for you to explain what you’re trying to say, not for us to tell you what ambiguous constructions might imply. :);)