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    #1

    Cool to continue to offer or to continue offering

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    The company, in its eagerness to expand and to continue offering to the market a made to mesure top quality product...

    Which one is better: To continue to offer or to continue offering?

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    Re: to continue to offer or to continue offering

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    In this sentence:

    The company, in its eagerness to expand and to continue offering to the market a made to measure top quality product...

    Which one is better: To continue to offer or to continue offering?

    Thank You
    Dear BW:
    Since your sentence already contains 4 'to's, I'd go with continue offering.

    Also possible: The company, in its eagerness to expand and to continue offering a made-to-measure product of the highest quality,...

    Best wishes,

    Petra

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    Cool Re: to continue to offer or to continue offering

    Quote Originally Posted by pyoung View Post
    Dear BW:
    Since your sentence already contains 4 'to's, I'd go with continue offering.

    Also possible: The company, in its eagerness to expand and to continue offering a made-to-measure product of the highest quality,...

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    Petra
    Thank You very much, but let me ask you, is there any difference using to continue to offer or to continue offering?

    Thanks again.

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    Re: to continue to offer or to continue offering

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Thank You very much, but let me ask you, is there any difference using to continue to offer or to continue offering?

    Thanks again.
    The Youth Center continued offering dance classes every Wednesday night.
    The Youth Center continued to offer dance classes every Wednesday night.

    No, they mean the same thing.


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