Hello, teachers!

[2] I think that #1 and #2 have the same meaning, but #3 is incorrect. Am I right?
1. I have two books that will be published next week.
2. I have two books being published next week.
3. I have two books published next week.

Thank you very much.
Best Regards.

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The sentence could be an example of a causative sentence if the tense of the verb were different:

I'm having two books published next week.
I'm going to have two books published next week.

With the simple present tense, the time expression would have to be changed:

I have two books published every year.

Rachel

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