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- “Feel committed to [gerund/infinitive]” 3 answers
I'm trying to edit a speech and found a commonly used phase which I'm not sure if I should amend it or not. The sentence goes like this:
[a subject] is committed to supporting [a project].
Should I amend it to the following?
[a subject] is committed to support [a project].
Is the original version fine? Does the meaning change if I amend it?