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    It ... to V / Ving

    1. It is convenient to live in such a modern city.
    2. It is convenient living in such a modern city.
    #1 is correct. Is #2 also acceptable?

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    Re: It ... to V / Ving

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    1. It is convenient to live in such a modern city.
    2. It is convenient living in such a modern city.
    #1 is correct. Is #2 also acceptable?
    Both are acceptable, I prefer #2.

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    Re: It ... to V / Ving

    It is really meaningful __________ some children who don't have money to go to school. (A) teaching (B) not to teach (C) that teach (D) to teach
    The answer to the above question is option D. Is option A also acceptable?

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    Re: It ... to V / Ving

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    It is really meaningful __________ some children who don't have money to go to school. (A) teaching (B) not to teach (C) that teach (D) to teach
    The answer to the above question is option D. Is option A also acceptable?
    Yes.

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