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    prone to

    hi

    is it correct to say "i am prone to developing diabetes" or " i am prone to develope diabetes" ?

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    Re: prone to

    The first example is more common, although the actual most common expression is "I am prone to diabetes." I think in this instance one only "develops" diabetes once. Then you have it.

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