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Does anybody have any questions about English grammar?

 

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when I'm talking about my hobbies, I have a doubt, sometimes I add -ing to the verb, but sometimes not.
it depends on the verb?  Or is the same to say;
I like to paint, I like painting ¿?
wich one is the right one? 

Hi Laura!
You can say either one.  They are both correct.  However, when using them in the same sentence, you must use the same form.  For example:
I like painting, dancing, and singing.
OR
I like to paint, dance, and sing.  (you don't need to say "to" before each verb.)
 
This is INCORRECT:
I like painting, to dance, and singing.
Gracias! 

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