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    Default To visit or visiting?

    Hi there,

    could you please let me know what is the best form to say these phrases(?):

    - The best activity to in this city is TO visit the zoo.

    or

    - The best activity to in this city is visiting the zoo.

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    - This is a nice place where you can walk around the city and visiting the shopping center...

    or

    - This is a nice place where you can walk around the city and to visit the shopping center...

    Thanks!

    O.

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    Default Re: To visit or visiting?

    For your first sentence, 'The best activity to do in this city is visiting the zoo' would be the most common form.

    For the second sentence, 'This is nice place where you can walk around the city and visit the shopping centre.'

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    Default Re: To visit or visiting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clare James View Post
    For your first sentence, 'The best activity to do in this city is visiting the zoo' would be the most common form.

    For the second sentence, 'This is nice place where you can walk around the city and visit the shopping centre.'
    Thanks Clare!

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