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    Default no reason for being sad vs. to be sad

    Hello everyone,
    I need help, please!!!
    Which of the following sentences is correct:
    There is no reason for being sad.
    There is no reason to be sad.
    I am totally confused- Could it be both versions are correct???

    THANX!!!!!!

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    Default Re: no reason for being sad vs. to be sad

    Quote Originally Posted by molla222 View Post
    Hello everyone,
    I need help, please!!!
    Which of the following sentences is correct:
    There is no reason for being sad.
    There is no reason to be sad.
    I am totally confused- Could it be both versions are correct???
    Yes it could. In fact, they are.
    THANX!!!!!!
    R.

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