which is better--my love of travel or my love of travelling?

English grammar and usage issues

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which is better--my love of travel or my love of travelling?

Unread postby michellegrady » 14 May 2010, 09:43

I'm having a discussion with someone about which would suit better. Could anyone elaborate on which is best in this case?

My interest in this program stems from my love of travel.

OR

My interest in this program stems from my love of travelling.

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Re: which is better--my love of travel or my love of travell

Unread postby ETutor » 18 May 2010, 21:14

The first one is better. A better way to say the second one would be:

I am interested in this program because I love travelling.

I hope this helps


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