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    Default Present participles or infinitives

    They were shouting at some small kids:
    He heard they shouting at some small kids.

    How to write this sentence in infinitives?

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    JJM Ballantyne is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Present participles or infinitives

    He heard them shout at some small kids.

    By the way, your sentence should read:


    He heard them shouting at some small kids.

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