Reply to "infinitive/gerund"

Thank you very much, David,

How about:

A) They have a servant to clean the house, another one to do their shopping and yet another one to do all there is to be done in the kitchen.

B) They have a servant for cleaning the house, another one for doing their shopping and yet another one for doing all there is to be done in the kitchen.

 

Do either of the above work?

(You know I can't stop asking questions about the infinitive and the 'for gerund' constructions!!)

Gratefully,

Navi

 

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