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"It's useless worrying about it." VS "It's useless to worry about it."

Both of these sentences have approximately the same meaning. "worrying (about it)" and "to worry (about it)" are noun forms (gerund and infinitive respectively). As already ...
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What should use "returned to find" instead of "returned finding" in this sentence?

Expressions like return to find X are simply idiomatic and mean the same thing as return and find X. Another way of rephrasing it is find X upon returning. As for He lived to see the Second World War, ...
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five more to come OR five more coming

Both forms are correct and natural in that context, and have the same function, so there's no meaningful difference between the two choices in the situation you've created. But they do have different ...
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