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  1. matilda
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    Talking 91-which form?

    Dear all

    Hello

    How should I complete the following sentence?
    "After 3 days, I continued… for the exam.
    A-to study
    B-studying

    Thanks in advance

    Matilda

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    Re: 91-which form?

    Both could be used.

  2. matilda
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    Talking Re: 91-which form?

    And isn't any of these two better or preferred to the other one?
    what about the formal and informal use of these two sentences???


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    Re: 91-which form?

    Not really- some verbs that can take two forms have different meaning, like 'stop', but here there's no real difference.

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