STOP DOING vs. STOP TO DO – English Grammar Lesson!

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English Grammar Lesson

Learn the difference between STOP DOING and STOP TO DO

Generally, a verb can be followed by another verb, either the infinitive, which is the to + verb, or the gerund and the meaning is the same. On the other hand, the verb stop followed by the infinitive and stop followed by a gerund has two completely different meanings. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at the two ways we can use stop plus a verb. 

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