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    #1

    "Show Your Love" or "Showing Your Love"?

    Hi, everyone.

    If it is the title of an article, which one is grammatically correct?
    "Show Your Love" or "Showing Your Love"? or both are acceptable?

    As a title, I don't know what is the difference between them.

    Thanks!
    I am not a teacher. If there is anything ungrammatical in my post, please correct it. I am grateful for your help.

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    #2

    Re: "Show Your Love" or "Showing Your Love"?

    Both titles are correct. To me, there is no difference.

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    #3

    Re: "Show Your Love" or "Showing Your Love"?

    "Show Your Love" is an imperative: it is telling the readers to show their love.

    "Showing Your Love" is more of a generic title: it means that the article is about the topic of showing your love, or it may be a how-to article.
    NOT A TEACHER. Translator and editor, and I hold a TESOL certificate. Native speaker of American English (West Coast)

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