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    Ing/to

    What are the reasons in choosing each, and the differences?

    1. The complete structure is laid out on the floor, ready for raising.

    2. The complete structure is laid out on the floor, ready ​to be raised.
    Last edited by Joea; 04-Jul-2014 at 17:43. Reason: Changed the verb form based on raymott's post

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    Re: Ing/to

    There's not much to choose between those two in this case.
    Note: "structure is"; 'laid', 'not 'laind'.

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