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    which one is correct

    i like walking in the snow
    i like to walk in the snow

    i like to make snow angels and snowmen
    i like to make snow angels and snowmans

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    Re: wakling

    I like walking / I like to walk

    I've heard and read both versions. I think American speakers prefer the to+infinitive and British tend to use the gerund more often. Some grammar books try to explain a difference in meaning between both uses, but I honestly think native speakers use them alike, or at least the ones I've spoken to . ...

    In the second sentence, I suppose you must use "snowmen". It's an irregular plural (man-> men)


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