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    Question Proper phrasing?

    Hi have a question on how to properly say the following sentence:

    The dish needs to be cleaned. OR
    The dish needs cleaning

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    Re: Proper phrasing?

    Quote Originally Posted by btrflygrl20 View Post
    Hi have a question on how to properly say the following sentence:

    The dish needs to be cleaned. OR
    The dish needs cleaning.
    Both are correct.

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