staying vs stay
During my stay in London, ...
During my staying in London, ...
Is there any different meaning between "staying" and "stay"?
Please help me!
Re: staying vs stay
The difference lies in the different words used - visit is a noun, while visiting is the present participle of the verb visit, which is also considered a noun, with its character being different in some way to that of the noun visit.
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