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  1. veerendra_nath6@yahoo.com
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    Smile present participle & to infinitives

    Hai,
    can you give brief explanation about present participle and to infinitives.

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    Re: present participle & to infinitives

    Welcome.

    Do you mean gerunds and infinitives? That, for example, some verbs are followed by an infintive and others by a gerund, and yet others by either one or the other? If so, click on the link below.

    Gerunds and Infinitives: Their Noun Roles

    All the best.

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