to have scheduled

  • SwissPete

    Senior Member
    Français (CH), AE (California)
    I interpret this
    "She is having scheduled C-section"
    as "She is undergoing a C-section which has been previously scheduled", as opposed to "She is having a C-section scheduled (to take place later).
     

    Tresley

    Senior Member
    British English
    I find the English sentence a little bit strange, but I am British.

    I would have rather expected to see 'she is having a scheduled C-section' or (more common in the UK) 'she is going to have a planned caesarian operation'.

    Does this help?
     
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