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Non finite verbs - bare infinitive and present participle

In the first example when we use escape, it means the inspector saw the entire action. when we use escaping, it means the inspector saw only part of the action. Now in the second example practising ...
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"we can provide endpoints to clients to talk to" talk to what? 'the endpoints' OR 'the clients'?

The sentence is ambiguous in that it can be parsed to mean either one, but it's clear the intent is "talk to the endpoints". Here's a simpler example of this structure, also ambiguous, with ...
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"we can provide endpoints to clients to talk to" talk to what? 'the endpoints' OR 'the clients'?

"On the server, we can provide different endpoints to clients to talk to to get or save various pieces of data" "The server can host various endpoints exposed to clients for data ...
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