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    for choosing

    I have found in a catalogue the phrase: "206 channels for choosing".

    Which option is more correct, are both correct?: "to choose" or "for choosing".

    Is there any difference in nuance?

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    Re: for choosing

    Quote Originally Posted by sadeadu View Post
    I have found in a catalogue the phrase: "206 channels for choosing".

    Which option is more correct, are both correct?: "to choose" or "for choosing".

    Is there any difference in nuance?
    Hi,
    "206 channels to choose from" would be a better construction.

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