New answers tagged bare-infinitive
"To" can be used as an adverb. In this case, "to" is perfectly fine. You can also remove "to" without any problems.
Yes, I can confirm that it’s grammatical to omit to. In fact, I find the sentence mildly degraded when to is included.
Just because one verb can follow another in the bare infinitive form does not automatically make the former verb a modal, nor does the lack to the to particle somehow make the latter verb a finite verb. Help is not a modal verb because modal verbs are not subject to changes of inflectional morphology due to person or number (or arguably by tense). Since ...
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