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    It'd be nice to travel outside of the country to explore new and different places.

    It'd be nice to travel outside of the country to explore new and different places.

    VS

    It'd be nice to travel outside of the country and explore new and different places.

    And

    We're flying to Chicago for the ceremony.

    VS

    We're flying to Chicago to attend the ceremony.


    What's the difference here?
    Last edited by B45; 30-Jul-2014 at 17:44.

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    Re: It'd be nice to travel outside of the country to explore new and different places

    For me, there's no difference in both cases.

    In future, please ask unrelated questions in separate threads.

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