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Does this seem OK? Or is the second 'to' redundant? Thanks a lot. Management will provide substantial levels of support, such as resources and training, to enable the museum staff to provide a quality guiding service.
In an infinitive clause, the function of the infinitive marker to is to mark the infinitive. Seriously. Specifically, it marks (introduces and identifies) the Verb Phrase of an infinitive clause, which always starts with the infinitive form of some verb (either the main verb or an auxiliary verb). To is part of the for-to, or "Infinitive" Complementizer; ...
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