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    to realise vs to realising

    Dear Teacher,

    Since I was ignorant about the forum rules, I posted the question below in an irrelevant thread. Hence I am posting it again in a fresh thread.

    I was proofreading today when I came across a sentence that reads, " TPI is a leading model that provides an objective, step-by-step guide to realizing business-driven test process improvement."

    Can anyone please tell me, why it is "guide to realizing" and not "guide to realize"?

    I want to know which one is correct and why.

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    Re: to realise vs to realising

    Quote Originally Posted by chayanika View Post
    Dear Teacher,

    Since I was ignorant about the forum rules, I posted the question below in an irrelevant thread. Hence I am posting it again in a fresh thread.

    I was proofreading today when I came across a sentence that reads, " TPI is a leading model that provides an objective, step-by-step guide to realizing business-driven test process improvement."

    Can anyone please tell me, why it is "guide to realizing" and not "guide to realize"?

    I want to know which one is correct and why.
    I answered that question in the other thread. Mark my mistake. Please don't start a new thread now.

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