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what is the difference between " to do sth" and " doing sth"?
Mar 9, 2011 7:17 AM
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TOMORROW are you going TO DO SOMETHING? Are you DOING SOMETHING RIGHT NOW?
March 9, 2011
sth = something, eh? hahaha... Let's try a new way of explaning.... . .........................................................................................................................(NIKE in ........................................................................................................................past tense!!!) Not doing...............................About......................................Doing...................Just.............Have it yet........................................to do it...........................................it......................DID it.........done it ...|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|--------------------|----------------| ...A................................................B...............................................C........................D....................E . "To do sth" is somewhere between A and C, while "Doing sth" is somewhere around C. *please ignore the dots*
March 9, 2011
yellowsky
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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