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    Jack8rkin is offline Member
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    Default feasibility + to do smth or + of doing smth

    Hello everyone!

    Please help me with the right form combinable with the word "feasibiity".
    Is it:

    1) feasibility + to do smth (infinitive)
    or
    2) feasibility + of doing smth (gerund or noun)
    or
    3) both are possible?

    Thank you

    I was told that "possibility" is always +gerund (or noun). Is it the same with "feasibility"?

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    Default Re: feasibility + to do smth or + of doing smth

    I would stick with 'the feasibility of doing something'.

    Rover

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