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araveg
Spain

HELP
 
Hi verybody
 
Just one question: 
 
 "lead to " is followed by a noum. But can it be followed by a gerund or never a gerund?
 
For instance in this sentence "You can suffer from insomnia if you drink too much coffee", when I rephrase it  with lead to
 
couldit be?:  Drinking too much coffee leads to suffering from insomnia 
 
Thanks in advance 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

3 May 2015      





yanogator
United States

Definitely.

Studying leads to getting good grades.

Eating one piece of cake can lead to wanting more..
 
Bruce 

3 May 2015     



araveg
Spain

THANK YOU SO MUCH

3 May 2015