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    Default to+verb+ing or verb + ing

    "Generally, they are few issues have threatened the external validity of the study results such as one of the authors reported owning stocks with drug companies."

    I am always confuse when should I use "ing", ..the authors reported owning stocks with drug companies or reported to own?

    Would somebody please help me with this?

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    dean
    Last edited by dean; 19-Oct-2005 at 21:10.

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    Default Re: to+verb+ing or verb + ing

    How's this?

    . . . one of the authors reported that s/he owned stocks with drug companies.

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    Default Re: to+verb+ing or verb + ing

    Thanks again Casiopea

    Regards,

    dean

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