I was wondering what's the difference beetwen " For + Infinitive + ing " and " To + infinitive ".
Last edited by Tona; 02-Jun-2005 at 21:53.
Originally Posted by Tona
What sentence have you got in mind?
This is a great place for swimming.
This is a great place to swim.
The first and the second sentence mean the same thing by answering the question : "what is it for?" In other words they define the purpose of that "great place".
We use those structures (in or for+ing) when talking about things in general terms.