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    #1

    ing/to

    I wonder if there is any difference among 3 sentences.
    1, You've got some nerve to complain about it.
    2. You've got some nerve complaining about it.
    3. You've got some nerve to be complaining about it.

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    Re: ing/to

    I think I would be more likely to use the gerund if I were an observer and not on the receiving end of the complaint.

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