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    require or requiring

    This was in navi tasan's original post; I am bumping it up:

    you'll find some sentences similar to yours require it.
    you will find some sentences similar to yours that require it.
    you will find some sentecnes similar to yours requiring it.

    Are all of these correct?

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    #2
    Yes, they are.


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    #3
    Thanks to tdol and navi tasan who posted it originally; you were right in the first place. Learn something today. Thanks again.

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    #4
    Sorry- I must have missed the original.


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    #5
    Here it is.
    I still prefer the participle in that context...

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    #6
    The second one is my favorite! :D

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    #7
    The first is a little different- more of an observation than the others.


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    #8
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    The first is a little different- more of an observation than the others.
    Yeah, that's what I tried to say in the original thread (Cf. link above).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    The first is a little different- more of an observation than the others.
    Could you please elaborate a little bit more when you have some free time?

    Thanks.

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    #10
    It seems to simply pass on the information for the purposes of comparison, rather than to reinforce the obligation.

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