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    Being here is a blessing from God vs To be here is a blessing from God

    “Being here is a blessing from God,” Phromsit told us. “I know that he has a good plan for my life. I thank him for bringing CBN to help us!”
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    Can I replace "being" in the sentence by "to be"?
    To be here is a blessing from God,” Phromsit told us.
    Are the other ways to say this using the verb to be?

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    Re: Being here is a blessing from God vs To be here is a blessing from God

    You can start it "Being ..." or "To be ...". They're both fine.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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