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    What's the difference? Or which is right?

    We ought to be thinking about… VS. we ought to thinking about

    We hope that you will feel able to agree ..... VS.
    We hope that you will able to feel agree.....

    I don't know which above sentence is right ,give me some explain please,thanks.

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    Re: What's the difference? Or which is right?

    Quote Originally Posted by zhangray View Post
    We ought to be thinking about… VS. we ought to thinking about

    We hope that you will feel able to agree ..... VS.
    We hope that you will able to feel agree.....

    I don't know which above sentence is right ,give me some explain please,thanks.
    We ought to be thinking about... "be thinking" is progressive tense.
    We ought to think about... "to think" is an infinitive.


    We hope you will feel able to agree. You cannot say "...feel agree" (two main verbs in a row)
    We hope you will agree.

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