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    jayan12 is offline Member
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    rather than (lose/losing) something

    1. Rather than lose precious sleep discussing it now, I think we should go to bed and talk about it in the morning.

    2. Rather than losing precious sleep discussing it now, I think we should go to bed and talk about it in the morning.

    which is correct ... one or two?

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    Re: rather than (lose/losing) something

    Quote Originally Posted by jayan12 View Post
    1. Rather than lose precious sleep discussing it now, I think we should go to bed and talk about it in the morning.

    2. Rather than losing precious sleep discussing it now, I think we should go to bed and talk about it in the morning.

    which is correct ... one or two?
    Both are ok.

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