I am going to go to the Doctor’s surgery tomorrow.
I have to have a blood test.
Both of the above sentences are common, normal usage, at least in British English (not sure about other dialects)
Of course they don’t really contain a repeated verb because in the first case, ‘going to’ means ‘intending to’ - and in the second, ‘have to’ means ‘must’.
Are there other English verbs that work like this - perhaps in other dialects than mine?
Does this happen at all in non-English languages? (for example, I know macht in German means ‘make’, but also means more generically ‘do’ - but does it ever appear twice in succession as a result of this?)