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Or should it be without the second "to" like this: "A manual written to help students understand the module"? I'm guessing that either is generally acceptable but is there a traditional grammar rule about this? Thanks …
asked Jan 14 by MaxS
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In the book Eats, Shoots and Leaves, in order to show how punctuation changes meaning and can be used for jokes, it says: Instead of “What would you with the king?” you can have someone say in Mar …
asked Feb 12 by MaxS