- 3 Post By Chicken Sandwich
To have or to having!?
The meaning of the sentence can be found comprehensive, but i wonder why the writer used "GERUND" after "TO", i.e. "TO HAVING".
Brannigan, 30, of Castleknock, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin District Court to having green diesel in his carís fuel tank on January 10, 2011
could i write "TO HAVE"?
Thank you so much!
Re: To have or to having!?
NOT A TEACHER
As far as I know, "plead guilty to" can only be followed by either a noun or a gerund.
By the way, could you perhaps use the normal quote feature, instead of that code-thingy? It's a little bit inconventient.
Also, I think it's a good idea to credit the source.
Last edited by Chicken Sandwich; 11-Oct-2012 at 02:26.
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