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    #1

    infinitive

    Hello.

    Is there any difference between these sentences?
    Which is more natural? And can you explain the reason to me, please?

    (A) To do this job is a lot of fun.
    (B) It's a lot of fun to do this job.

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    #2

    Re: infinitive

    The have the same meaning. I prefer the second. It is just a matter of style.

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    #3

    Re: infinitive

    You could also use Doing this job is a lot of fun.

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    #4

    Re: infinitive

    I prefer that version to A.

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