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What is the correct form of following sentence: We helped him finsh/finishing/to finish/in finishing the work. Please help me giving right answere.

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We helped him (to) finish the work. The "to" is often considered optional these days, as it is implied by the infinitive of "finish". Personally I prefer to leave it in, as it makes the usage of the verb crystal clear.

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