Hi everyone! Need help, the question is in english grammar


Can I change the phrase "all I want to do is be more like me and be less like you" with this one "all I want is to be more like me and to be less like you" or "all I want to be is more like me and is less like you"? without losing the meaning and can you tell me if the grammar is correct? Do I need the second "is" in the last one?  The point was that I wanted to change "to do is be" to simply "to be", but I'm confused with a grammar. Thank you in advance!

grammar english asked May 28 '13 at 08:53 Dima New member

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"All I want to do is to be more like me and to be less like you".

link comment answered May 29 '13 at 05:15 Sanjay Expert

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