Retired English Teacher
1. I have a propensity to exaggerate personal matters.
2. I have a propensity for exaggerating personal matters.
Which is more idiomatic? If both are idiomatic, what difference do you see between the two?
Thanks in advance.
I use it quite a lot and I would say "I have a propensity for chatting too much to customers".
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