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    taniadf is offline Newbie
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    Default enjoy your staying or enjoy your stay?

    What is the difference - if any - between "enjoy your staying" and "enjoy your stay"?

    Not a very interesting question, I know, but it's a doubt of mine..

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    Default Re: enjoy your staying or enjoy your stay?

    Quote Originally Posted by taniadf View Post
    What is the difference - if any - between "enjoy your staying" and "enjoy your stay"?

    Not a very interesting question, I know, but it's a doubt of mine..
    The difference is that "Enjoy your staying" is incorrect.

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