unhealthy to eat/eating.

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mimi2

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vietnam vietnamese
What is the difference between the two sentences? Please help. Thanks.
1. It's unhealthy to eat a lot of eggs.
2. It's unhealthy eating a lot of eggs.
Thanks.
 
  • nmuscatine

    Senior Member
    English, USA
    They are both grammatically correct, and both means the same thing. Maybe someone else has something to add about exactly when one would use one versus the other? Personally, I think they are equivalent and I would use either one. However, in the second case I would be more likely to say "Eating a lot of eggs is unhealthy" beause it just sounds slightly more natural.
     

    bluevaseline

    Member
    English,Canada
    for the second one, I think it would make more sense if you said "Eating a lot of eggs in unhealthy." They both have the same meaning.
     
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