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"They are gearing up a new series of demonstrations."
"They are gearing up for a series of demostrations."
Did I use it correctly?
Gearing up "to" or gearing up "for" is normal. "To" with a verb, "for" with a noun.
I'm gearing up for the party tonight. I'm gearing up to play the big game tonight.
Last edited by ostap77; 08-Feb-2011 at 21:21.
Doesn't sound good to me.