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    bottomup44 is offline Newbie
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    Default " many things to be discovered" or "many things to discover"

    "...there are many things to be discovered. "

    Can I write instead "there are many things to discover". Is there any differences in meaning or nuance?

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: " many things to be discovered" or "many things to discover"

    They mean the same to me.

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