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    "To do" "doing"

    The glass doors have taken the place of the wooden ones at entrance, to let in the natural light during the day.

    The glass doord have taken the place of the woodent ones at entrance, letting in the natural light during the day.

    Which sentence above is right?


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    Re: "To do" "doing"

    Quote Originally Posted by terrorist View Post
    The glass doors have taken the place of the wooden ones at entrance, to let in the natural light during the day.

    The glass doord have taken the place of the woodent ones at entrance, letting in the natural light during the day.

    Which sentence above is right?

    Both are nonsense, dear terrorist.


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    Re: "To do" "doing"

    But, how to correct that sentence?

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    Re: "To do" "doing"

    Quote Originally Posted by terrorist View Post
    The glass doors have taken the place of the wooden ones at entrance, to let in the natural light during the day.

    The glass doord have taken the place of the woodent ones at entrance, letting in the natural light during the day.

    Which sentence above is right?
    'The wooden entrance doors have been replaced with glass ones, to let in more natural light.'

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