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    Phrasal Verbs

    Bring somebody around to doing something or to do something?


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    Re: Phrasal Verbs

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    Bring somebody around to doing something or to do something?
    Bring somebody around to do something.

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    Re: Phrasal Verbs

    If you have a phrasal verb with two particles, the second of which is 'to' (look forward to, etc), use a gerund.


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    Re: Phrasal Verbs

    doing


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