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    no escape

    Hi,

    I would like to learn whether it is going to be appropriate or not if we contruct a sentence such as 'there is no escaping ' instead of 'there is no escape' in the right sentence. I mean if we put 'ing', does the sentence become weird?

    Thank you...

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    Re: no escape

    Quote Originally Posted by aysaa View Post
    Hi,

    I would like to learn whether it is going to be appropriate or not if we contruct a sentence such as 'there is no escaping ' instead of 'there is no escape' in the right sentence. I mean if we put 'ing', does the sentence become weird?

    Thank you...
    "There is no escaping" is possible in the right context.

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