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    #1

    bridging or bridge

    This is beneficial to bridge/bridging the gap between the two.

    My question is whether the "to" here is a preposition or not. Then, shall I follow it with " bridge" or "bridging" ?

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    Jason

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    Hello, jasonlulu.

    It's a preposition. (It's not the "infinitive marker".)
    Which would you choose, 'bridge' or 'bridging'?
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    So the answer is "bridging", isn't it?

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    #4
    Hello, again.

    Yes, I agree with you.

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