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An informal email

An informal email

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untitled B1 – PET – Unit 3 Grammar reference Verbs followed by to or – ing some verbs are followed by the –ing form of another verb: Everyone enjoys listening to music. I have finished reading my book. Other verbs like this include: ELLLO Views #1091 Change of Clothes Danny: So, what kind of cloths do you like to wear? Alex: I like to wear casual clothes. And that's why I really don't like what I have to wear to work sometimes because it's just not what I would normally wear. Danny: So what do you normally have to wear to work then? Alex: Oh, I have to hear a tie and kind of like suit trousers and sometimes a suit coat. Danny: Really?

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