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- Usage of “rather than to” 2 answers
I searched all over the internet and always found contradicting answers concerning the following topic.
In this sentence:
I would rather be alone than to go out tonight.
if I apply grammar rules it would have to be "than go out tonight", but I found a lot of people who saw nothing wrong with the first version. I want to be sure about it and get a correct answer!