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    #1

    You will find it pleasant taking / to take a walk with him.

    1. You will find it pleasant to take a walk with him.

    2. You will find it pleasant taking a walk with him.


    Is there any 'slightest' difference between 1 and 2?

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    #2

    Re: You will find it pleasant taking / to take a walk with him.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. You will find it pleasant to take a walk with him.

    2. You will find it pleasant taking a walk with him.


    Is there any 'slightest' difference between 1 and 2?
    What do you think?

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    Re: You will find it pleasant taking / to take a walk with him.

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    What do you think?
    Actually I don't see any differences.

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    Re: You will find it pleasant taking / to take a walk with him.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    Actually I don't see any differences.
    There isn't any practical difference in meaning.

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