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Difference the form of verb makes

Posted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:28 pm
by anytaali
Hello,

I am trying to figure out if these two sentences have different meaning. I believe they both are grammatically correct and convey the same message.

He knew he was no longer expected to come up with a pithy comment or any sharp question. Those days had long since passed, and the exchange between the two men seemed like a ritual attaching to a mystery which no-one in the whole world had the interest to unravel.

He knew he was no longer expected to come up with a pithy comment or any sharp question. Those days had long since passed, and the exchange between the two men seemed like a ritual attaching to a mystery which no-one in the whole world had an interest in unraveling.

but please let me know if I am wrong???

Re: Difference the form of verb makes

Posted: Thu Aug 22, 2019 12:21 pm
by Joe
The first is not English.
The second is English.