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    "To be writing to you" vs "to write to you"

    Hello,

    Which one is correct, to say "It is pleasure to be writing to you" or "It is pleasure to write to you" In case they're both correct, what's the difference between them and what case in grammar is this?


    Thanks in advance :)

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    Re: "To be writing to you" vs "to write to you"

    Quote Originally Posted by onegame View Post
    Hello,

    Which one is correct, to say "It is pleasure to be writing to you" (at the moment of writing) or "It is pleasure to write to you" (could also be at the moment of writing but also at any time as in, A.) Thanks for writing to me. I hope it is no trouble. B.) Not at all, it's a pleasure to write to you.) In case they're both correct, what's the difference between them and what case in grammar is this?


    Thanks in advance :)
    b.

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