27/JUL/2010 12:14 AM
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Sorry, Marcelo. It has absolutely nothing to do with what I asked.
Of course the primitve form is used after modal verbs, and that after "avoid" the gerund is compulsory... so what??
What I mean is the verb being used as the subject of the clause.
Would anyone else BE more specific, pleeease?
Thanks anyway, buddy.
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