Chance to do vs Chance of doing

What is the difference between "a chance of doing something" and "a chance to do something"?                                                                                  These two expressions are similar in structure but different in meaning. Have a look at the grammar sheet below to learn when and how to use each.

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This book has been written to help students prepare for the Key Word Transformation part of the Use of English paper (grammar) of the Cambridge English:  C1 Advanced exam.                                                       It will give you a good understanding of the different grammatical structures commonly used in this part of the Use of English test, e.g. passive - active voice , impersonal passive, conditional sentences , inverted conditionals, inversions, set phrases, comparative-superlative, causative verbs, phrasal verbs, linking words, etc.                                                          If you want to learn how to do Key word transformation exercises effectively, this book is for you.

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