To do or to doing?

‘Do you agree to participate in rehearsal and research shows and interact with technical equipment’?

I am wondering do I need to use ‘interact with’ or interacting with’ here?


You can use either the Infinitive (interact) here, or the Gerund with the preposition (to interacting).

According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary :


transitive verb

: to consent to as a course of action

// She agreed to sell him the house.

intransitive verb

: to accept or concede something (such as the views or wishes of another)

// agree to a plan.

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