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Please look at the sentences below:
Food manufacturers are using a loophole in trademark law to dupe consumers into thinking products high in fat or sugar are healthy, a study has found
My understanding on this after TO "ing" format should not be used. In the above sentence "into thinking " is wrong I guess. It should be into think? Am i right?
if I am wrong tell me the grammar rule?
Thanks, but not clear. can u explain bit further with examples?
Other examples include
I am in favour OF going there in person.
To you object TO my seeing her?
Our object consists IN getting as many new customers as possible.
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You could change the verb into something like believing/feeling, but it would still be a gerund.