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    #1

    no excuse for him doing/to do sth

    There's no excuse for him doing/to do that.

    Is there any difference between the two constructions? Many thanks in advance.

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    Re: no excuse for him doing/to do sth

    Quote Originally Posted by joham View Post
    There's no excuse for him doing/to do that.

    Is there any difference between the two constructions? Many thanks in advance.
    No difference in meaning.

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