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1. To make cakes is exciting.
2. Making cakes is exciting.
3. It is exciting to make a cake.
4. It is exciting making a cake.

(Are all grammatical? Which ones are commonly used? Which ones are not? Are they all used commonly?)

  • Enlgish -

    They are all good. Perhaps you might hear #2 more than the others.

    Sra

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