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    Move on to

    Hi guys,

    Could you please tell me. Do we need to say "Move on to do something" or "to doing something"? I tried finding it on internet but I didn't find anything.

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    Re: Move on to

    What is the intended meaning?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 14-Oct-2014 at 19:00. Reason: Fixing typo.

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    Re: Move on to

    I want to know its meaning. I don't know meaning of this formation.

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