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    correct grammar for numbering in a sentence

    For example,

    They provide a lot of services to the public, including 1) to do something, 2) to do something, and 3) to do something.

    include: should it be "including" or "include"?
    to do something: should it be "to do something", "do something", or "doing something"?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Re: correct grammar for numbering in a sentence

    It's 'including', and just 'something'.

    'They provide a lot of services to the public, including 1) painting 2) plumbing and 3) window cleaning.'

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