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    Question What is the correct form? to live/living

    I came up with a sentence for my report but cannot distinguish between the two verbs.

    Please correct this sentence and provide the reasons why they are right or wrong.


    The island of Jamaica enjoys a warm climate year-round that
    makes to live/living here pleasant.

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    Default Re: What is the correct form? to live/living

    The island of Jamaica enjoys a warm climate year-round that
    makes living here pleasant.

    Verb: make + nominal
    'living' functions as a gerund, a verbal noun

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