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    bring about

    Hi,

    What is used ''gerund'' or ''infinitive'' after the phrasal verb ''bring about''?

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    Re: bring about

    It's definitely not an infinitive. I can't at the moment think of a natural example of a sentence with 'bring about' and a gerund. What did you have in mind?

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    Re: bring about

    I tried my best to think of one before posting it but in vain. So I just thought I should at least ask about gerund and infinitive.

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