Could you kindly help me with the difference between these two structures?
1. There are no other children in the family for the child to associate with, and this may lead to the child feeling lonely at times.
2. Several factors led us to sell our house.
By the way, could you please correct me if I'm wrong?
lead to + noun
lead to + verb+ ing
lead to + Sb + doing something
Thanks a lot
Lead to + somebody+ doing something means "something causes something else" or "to be the reason why somebody does something".
Lead +somebody+ to do something means "it forces somebody/it makes somebody to do something".