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    prone to do vs. prone to doing

    I've come across both uses. Are they both correct? The Longman dictionary only lists the use of prone to do something, but I am almost sure I've read the one as well. Is there a difference between the two?

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    Re: prone to do vs. prone to doing

    Quote Originally Posted by batmura View Post
    I've come across both uses. Are they both correct?
    Thank you.
    Yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by batmura View Post
    Is there a difference between the two?
    Negative.

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