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    to ride/riding

    I would like to know which sentence(s) is/are correct.
    1. It is fun to ride a bike.
    2. It is fun riding a bike.
    3. To ride a bike is fun.
    4. Riding a bike is fun.

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    Post Re: to ride/riding

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    I would like to know which sentence(s) is/are correct.
    1. It is fun to ride on a bike.
    2. It is fun riding a bike.
    3. To ride on a bike is fun.
    4. Riding a bike is fun.
    All sound grammatical to me now.

    (not a teacher)

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