Why and as to why

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Do these sentences convey the same meaning?

I do not know why he did it.

I do not know as to why he did it.

asked Sep 23 '12 at 15:15 Z. A. Jazley Contributor

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"as to" is unnecessary.  I do not know why he did it.  This sentence is grammatically correct.

link answered Sep 23 '12 at 16:29 sanjay Expert

Thanks a lot. I have seen "as to" being used before the relative pronoun "what, who etc.

Z. A. JazleySep 29 '12 at 08:53

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although all  of fruit are useful. different people have different preferences  .blueberries are most preferrd kind of fruit. grapes are the least  preferred  in fact

link comment answered Oct 20 '12 at 11:53 maysa New member
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althou  all of fruit are useful.different people have different preferences .blueberries are most preferrd kind of fruit while graper are most least  preferrd in fact

link comment answered Oct 20 '12 at 11:54 maysa New member

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