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    ing after "when"

    After "when", when does the next verb is an infinite and when a gerund? in other words, when deoes it take ing, and why?

    thanks a lot, bye

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    Re: ing after "when"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    After "when", when does the next verb is an infinite and when a gerund? in other words, when deoes it take ing, and why?

    thanks a lot, bye
    Could you kindly restate your question?

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