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    "-ing"

    DO we always use prep. "in" ,not other prep.,before the -ing clause?
    for example,

    I find difficulties in doing this thing.
    I spend much time in doing my homework.

    i would like to know whether it applies with other words.(for example,exchange "difficulties " to another words in sentence 1)

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    #2

    Re: "-ing"

    Gerund (ing-form) such as explaining, reading, speaking ... usually comes after prepositions

    Click here, pls

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