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    to + gerund

    Is there any sentence in the universe with `to + gerund' other than `to + being'?

    I found only `to + being' in the Google search.

    Please let me know if there.

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    #2

    Re: to + gerund

    e.g.:
    >object to -ing
    >looking forward to seeing/meeting you
    >devoted to -ing

    That are those I can think of at the moment...


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    Re: to + gerund

    I'm not accustomed to waking up so early.

    He is used to seeing all his ideas ridiculed.

    We're resigned to eating the same tasteless food day after day.


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    Re: to + gerund

    Hi there ,
    You might find this thread useful.

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...-question.html

    Cheers
    Udara

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