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    rather than corresponds/ing?

    Dear Friends,

    Which of the two is correct:

    1. A includes B rather than corresponds to it.
    2. A includes B rather than corresponding to it.

    Thank you.

    Csika

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    Re: rather than corresponds/ing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Csika View Post
    Dear Friends,

    Which of the two is correct:

    1. A includes B rather than corresponds to it.
    2. A includes B rather than corresponding to it.

    Thank you.

    Csika
    2. is correct. (1. isn't)
    Rather than corresponding to B, A includes it.

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