I have seen the following sentence this morning.
Two people joining up to bring their complementary skills to solving a problem or driving innovation—get little attention.
In the above sentence why it says “to solving” ? can’t we say “to solve” ? what is the grammar rule ?
Two people joining up to bring their complementary skills to solving a problem or driving *innovation—get little attention.
I'm not so sure, but it has to do with the verb join, which is in the continuous form. Let's wait for more replies.
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