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    to + verb + ing

    When should the form to + verb + ing get used in the sentence? I should have a clear idea.

    Thanks.

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    Re: to + verb + ing

    Quote Originally Posted by shahanur View Post
    When should the form to + verb + ing get used in the sentence? I should have a clear idea.

    Thanks.
    The following are some examples of such sentences.

    I look forward to graduating.
    She is devoted to finding a solution to the problem.
    The have finished that project and have moved on to planning the next one.

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