Why not have stunningly beautifully creatures of many colors moving/move gracefully around you

jesusguime

Banned
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Walking around is fine, but have you ever longed to be able to move in any direction you want? Why not have stunningly beautiful creatures of many colors moving/move gracefully around you while you're at it?


Hi,

Do both moving and move fit in the above? If not, why not? If yes, do they make a difference in meanings? Thanks.
 
  • JamesM

    Senior Member
    They are similar, but to me "have...creatures...move" sounds like you planned it somehow. "have...creatures...moving" sounds a little more like you are in a location where such creatures are already moving about and you have placed yourself in the midst of them.
     

    amindatlarge

    New Member
    English
    Moving is what you're looking for.
    "Move around" evokes more of an image of moving out of the way, "Moving" is more present, and fluid.
     
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