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    Determined/ Determining to solve the problem, the boy read many books to learn ....

    1. Determined/ Determining to solve the problem, the boy read many books to learn quantum physics.


    My grammar book say the answer is determined and I wonder why. I mean...

    2. I am determined to solve the question.

    3. I determine to solve the question.


    Are the both 2 and 3 grammatical?

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    Re: Determined/ Determining to solve the problem, the boy read many books to learn ..

    Which is the more logical for the situation described in 1?

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