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It Starts to Make Vs. It Starts Making, Which One is Correct?


I am confused. "It starts to make the product." or "It starts making the product." Which of these two sentences sound more correct to you? or both of these sentences are correct? Do they have different meaning then? Can we use "ing" in Simple Present Tense? I tried Google. Google results show more than a million results for both of them.

 

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