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    Smile leave+sb.+to select or selecting

    1. Leave the guest of honor to select the music.
    2. Leave the guest of honor selecting the music.

    Which one is correct and idiomatic? Thanks.

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    Re: leave+sb.+to select or selecting

    If you mean that guest should select the music, then use the first.

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