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What're the difference between them?
"it's not enough making money just working and ambition"
"it's not enough to make money just working and ambition"
these two sentences are meaning too "in order to"?
example;when someone asks us.
A: All right you did accept but for what?
B: loving her
here it's meaning "for,in order to"?
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All sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period (or question mark or exclamation mark).
Matthew.90What're the difference between them?
"it's not enough making money just working and ambition"
"it's not enough to make money just working and ambition"
Neither sentence is right. You can say "It's not enough to work to make money", in which case the second "to" means "in order to".
Matthew.90A: All right you did accept but for what?
B: loving her
Here, "for what?" means "for what purpose?", "in order to achieve what result?". B's response does not really fit A's question.
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all right if i write like that;
It's not enough to work and ambition making money
It's not enough to work and ambition to make money
are these correct?
Matthew.90A: All right you did accept but for what?
B: loving her
Here, "for what?" means "for what purpose?", "in order to achieve what result?". B's response does not really fit A's question.
let me change this sentence then
That's why you forgave her?
if i say like that "Loving her" instead of "because i love her" is it fit ?
Matthew.90It's not enough to work and ambition making money
It's not enough to work and ambition to make money
are these correct?
No. You may mean: "It's not enough to work and to have an ambition to make money."

You are still forgetting necessary periods and capital letters.
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Matthew.90let me change this sentence then
That's why you forgave her?
if i say like that "Loving her" instead of "because i love her" is it fit ?
I'm lost. Please write the new dialogue in full.
i created this dialogue
Matthew.90i created this dialogue
You seem to be asking about a new version of your dialogue. Unfortunately I do not understand exactly what you are asking about. Please write the new dialogue out in full like this:

A: ......

B: ......
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A:That's why you forgave her?
B:Loving her

What if i write the B like that. B is meaning a cause ? "Verb+ing+other" is it meaning a cause ?
Actually B's is like this; "Because i love her" right? but i mean Can i write it like that?
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