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    You cannot enjoy cooking without someone who enjoys what you cook.

    If the part in bold was replaced with 'to enjoy' as:

    You cannot enjoy coking without someone [B]to enjoy/B] what you cook.

    would it still sound OK and make the same sense?
    Last edited by Taka; 10-Feb-2012 at 10:01.

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    Re: to

    Quote Originally Posted by Taka View Post
    You cannot enjoy cooking without someone who enjoys what you cook.

    If the part in bold was replaced with 'to enjoy' as:

    You cannot enjoy cooking without someone [B]to enjoy/B] what you cook.

    would it still sound OK and make the same sense?
    Yes.

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    Thanks, and sorry about the typo. I've fixed it.

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    Taka, please give your threads more helpful titles. We don't charge by the word.

    You cannot enjoy cooking . . . would have been good for this.

    Rover

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