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    arjitsharma is offline Member
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    I can't stand lose or I can't stand loosing.

    Which one is correct in the following sentences:
    1. I can't stand lose.
    2. I can't stand loosing.

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    Re: I can't stand lose or I can't stand loosing.

    The second one. Write "losing" instead of "loosing".
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    Re: I can't stand lose or I can't stand loosing.

    The first would be correct if you add to before "lose".
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    Re: I can't stand lose or I can't stand loosing.

    I can't stand losing you
    NOT A TEACHER. Translator and editor, and I hold a TESOL certificate. Native speaker of American English (West Coast)

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    Re: I can't stand lose or I can't stand loosing.

    Is it ok to add "to" before a vocabulary as "I can't stand ?

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    Re: I can't stand lose or I can't stand loosing.

    Quote Originally Posted by arjitsharma View Post
    Is it ok okay/OK to add "to" before a vocabulary as after "can't stand?"
    Yes, it's possible. Take a look at the results in the links below.
    http://fraze.it/n_search.jsp?q=%22ca...&findid=-1&ff=

    http://fraze.it/n_search.jsp?q=%22co...&findid=-1&ff=

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