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    #1

    "The best thing we can do/offer to ..."?

    The best thing we can do/offer to a grieving person is (that) be there.

    Is it grammatical and natural, please?

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    Re: "The best thing we can do/offer to ..."?

    'The best thing we can do for a grieving person is be there.'

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    Re: "The best thing we can do/offer to ..."?

    I would say "The best thing we can do for a grieving person is to be there."

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