What follows "rather than"?
What kind of verb can we use after "rather than"? Do we use the Gerund or To+verb?
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Hi Nafis, I’m happy to see you! I have seen your corrections to some of the PIF stories and I am going to review your corrections tomorrow morning. Thanks for taking the time to help others!
To answer your question, "rather than" is usually followed by an infinitive without
to.Rather than wait outside, she decided to wait in the house.
Hope that helps!
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