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ESL forum > Grammar and Linguistics > difference between "there is no point in" and "there is no point to"?    

difference between "there is no point in" and "there is no point to"?



Panteleimon
Greece

difference between "there is no point in" and "there is no point to"?
 
do you also know the difference... actually don īt we say

there is no point to ask

or is the correct to say:

there is no point in asking

If both are correct is there any difference in the meaning of each?

I am correcting the last grammar revision tests because my students are sitting ECCE exams on Saturday so i am doing a final check in their grammar but there is some detail as the ones i have already sent you......
wish us luck or pray for us....

24 May 2012      



monder78
Poland

Tahere is no point in asking is correct.We may also omit in and say there is no point asking  Actually I have never come across  there is no point to ask , this is incorrect

24 May 2012     



nasirmastoi
Oman

"There is no point in asking" is a grammatically correct expression.

25 May 2012