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I have a desire to (infinitive) make money.(1)
I have a desire to (preposition) making money.(2)
I have a desire to (preposion) money.(3)
I have a desire for money.(4)
The above 4 sentences ,which are correct?
Thank you !
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Anonymouswhich are correct?
These are:

I have a desire to make money.
I have a desire for making money. (Awkward but correct grammar)
I have a desire for money.
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AnonymousOf the four sentences above, which are correct?
#1 and #4
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Desire is a special noun word that takes to infinitive

So, i have a desire to make money is the right answer

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anonymous I have a desire to (infinitive) make money.(1)
I have a desire to (preposition) making money.(2)
I have a desire to (preposion) money.(3)
I have a desire for money.(4)
The above 4 sentences ,which are correct?
Thank you !

1,4

anonymous1,4

Maybe you don't realize it, but you are answering a question that was asked and answered many years ago.

Why not answer questions that are more recent? That way there's a better chance that the person who asked the question is still participating on our forum and can benefit from your answer.

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