146 – Using Gerunds & Infinitives as a Sentence Subject

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Spending time together makes us happy!

Spending time together makes us happy!

Look at these two sentences:

  • Studying English every day is important.
  • To study English every day is important.

Can you tell the difference? We can use both a gerund and an infinitive as the subject of a sentence, but there are different nuances of each. Today, I’m going to show you how and when to use both of them.

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