Paul Burgmann
Which of these expressions is correct: “Way of learning” or “way to learn”? Hello, I very often have seen that “way” is followed by “of”, such as “My way of learning English …”. Now I am wondering if one always has to use “way of verb+ing” or whether other constructions are common (My way to learn English…). Thanks for your answer! Regards, Paul
Dec 4, 2016 10:27 AM
Answers · 3
Not at all.
December 4, 2016
Hi, Thanks for your fast answer! Regards, Paul
December 4, 2016
You can use both structures: a way of doing or a way to do. There is no difference.
December 4, 2016
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Paul Burgmann
Language Skills
English, German
Learning Language
English