Answer (1 of 8): Question: Which is right, "not attending" or "not to attend" in the sentence "You will regret not attending /not to attend the professor's lecture " Why? Interesting sentence with an interesting verb, regret, in terms of using the gerund or infinitive afterwards.

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to help someone or deal with something: Doctors tried to attend to the worst injured soldiers first. .

present at an event, meeting, etc.

i shall join.

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In particular, the expression the “key to something” means the only or at least best way to achieve something. to help someone or deal with something: 3. .

King Charles III and Queen Camilla will be crowned on May 6, at Westminster Abbey, eight months after he ascended to the throne upon Queen Elizabeth II’s death. If I was telling something that I start college in September and that it’ll take me at least 4 years to complete my degree, could say: I am proud to announce that I will attend college starting September.

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In particular, the expression the “key to something” means the only or at least best way to achieve something.

This time the emphasis is on your desire to report a future event, rather than on your decision not to attend a meeting.

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@Mazura - You are being a bit too prescriptive. . In the subject line, specify that you are writing to confirm your interview. . to. 1 billion and budgetary measures for 2023 of €6.

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The Budget is generally announced in October but it is taking place 2 weeks earlier than usual. .

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I will be able to feed all ten of my children.

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