I don't like < celebrating / to celebrate > birthdays

Mirch_Masala

Member
Urdu
Which sentence between the following two is the most appropriate:

1). I don't like celebrating birthdays but to be honest it gives me great pleasure when I am being wished by someone. It indicates how much selfish I am. Isn't it?

2). I don't like to celebrate birthdays but to be honest it gives me great pleasure when I am being wished by someone. It indicates how much selfish I am. Isn't it?

Thanks in advance!

Mirch
 
  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    What do you think Mirch_Masala?

    We ask you to give us your thinking first. It gives us a place to start. It tells us what you know and what still needs to be explained, if anything does. ;)
     
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    Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    No, Mirch_Masala. I am asking you to say what you think. Do you think one answer is better than the other? If so, which one is better? Or do they seem the same?

    We want you to tell us that, then we will discuss your question. :)
     

    Mirch_Masala

    Member
    Urdu
    Thanks Ribran!

    Cagey! I can't find any difference between the two. For me both sentences seem to have same meaning and I think both sentences can be used interchangeable.
     
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