I am wondering whether there is any correct use of "to" successively, one after another, in any English sentence.
Here is an example:
Our team is too accustomed to following the process everyone is used to to change anything now.
The sentence sounds clunky and I've rewritten it:
The process our team is used to has been followed for too long to change anything now.
Better. But, is a sentence written like the original given incorrect, or just ugly and nonetheless correct?
Given how language evolves, I could see someone concluding that because it is ugly, it is wrong (or will be.) I'll clarify a bit further for this case and ask, "Would such a sentence written with successive 'to' be likely to get deductions in a college level English course?"
EDIT: I would consider correct to mean that it must be generally acceptable in all but the strictest standards of academic writing (e.g. Scientific Research papers, Master or Doctoral Thesis.)