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    there's no need to or in + ing

    Would both options be correct: There's no need to cry and There's no need in crying?

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    Re: there's no need to or in + ing

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Would both options be correct: There's no need to cry and There's no need in crying?
    No, the second one is incorrect, in my opinion.

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