Questions tagged with to

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bring vs to bring
Hi, I am having trouble figuring out why I cannot use "to bring" in the following situation. 1: We ask ...
to bring +1 vote, asked Mar 26 by Adolf
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What's the difference here?
I used to use the below expression like this: I need you to study these tips to help you achieve ...
help to achieve 0 votes, asked Mar 25 by Hisham
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preposition and object
If there is a preposition that means there is no object to the verb He writes me He writes to ...
to preposition object 0 votes, asked Feb 19 by Anu
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Obstacle to
Which of the below sentences is correct? why? 1. We have to overcome the obstacle to put on the show ...
to obstacle preposition 0 votes, asked Jan 31 by alan
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Verb metabolize and its proper preposition
"due to their abbility to metabolize directly malic acid to ethanol" Is it correcto to use metabolize with preposition to. ...
Metabolize to 0 votes, asked Jan 30 by Santiago
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Used to / Would
I am aware that used to can only be used for describing past states AND past habit, whereas would can ...
used to would habits states -1 votes, asked Dec 16 '14 by Kyle
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Proper use of "lease" or "rent" in terms of who rents to, who rents from (is rent from proper)
I have a student who asks an interesting question I am having trouble answering. Here was her question on a ...
lease rent to from 0 votes, asked Dec 16 '14 by Joel Nicholson
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have to do smth
Have I to do smth? Is it correct?
have to do 0 votes, asked Nov 04 '14 by Lilit
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(was used to - used to)
I used to get up early. = I don't get up early now. I was used to getting up early ...
was used to 0 votes, asked Aug 30 '14 by eslamfarag
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In this BBC paragraph, why is "to became" used and not "to become"? "People who had previously been strongly for ...
to became 0 votes, asked Jul 31 '14 by Truc Nguyen
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I'd like to know whether it is appropriate to use "in to" or "into"...
I have a sentence I'm writing where I describe making a turn, as I run, into an empty alleyway. Here ...
into in to grammar help 0 votes, asked Jun 26 '14 by Joshua Neumann
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Please correct.
wonderful effort, Alex, keep up the good work!
when to include a comma 0 votes, asked Jun 14 '14 by Laurel Donaldson
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to learn vs learn / to ask vs ask
Hi from Japan and TIA Couldn't understand my teacher's explanation, please help! Is there a difference between the examples here? ...
to 0 votes, asked Apr 14 '14 by Hanako
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TO or IN?
Free ticket TO or IN the museum?
to in 0 votes, asked Jan 17 '14 by olga
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Talk to someone or Talk with someone
The other day I called my friend. Someone had his cell phone, so they answered the phone instead of him. ...
talk to with +1 vote, asked Sep 01 '13 by Lina Newbride
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To vs Too
I know the answer to this, but I would like to hear the official reason why. It is for my ...
too to +1 vote, asked Sep 01 '13 by TERRY H.
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Suppose to
This is the second thing that my friend who is in the university found wrong in my autobiography. (He circled ...
suppose to 0 votes, asked Aug 28 '13 by Lina Newbride
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to help bring
How come one can say "to help bring an end" instead of saying "to help TO bring an end", once ...
to help bring 0 votes, asked Jul 08 '13 by Henriette
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plan on vs plan to
What is the difference betwen plan on vs plan to? Are both the same?
plan on plant to +2 votes, asked Jun 27 '13 by gabriel madrigal
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Should I say " things to decor your gift" or " things for decor your gift" ?
to for 0 votes, asked Jun 18 '13 by Jojo
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i do not want to be a costumer
To whom it may concern I enrolled this site last year but to day I checked my account it charged ...
to 0 votes, asked Feb 24 '13 by Ashraf
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To vs too
In the following sentence, is this the correct usage of "to"? "I always hit the enter button to fast."
to too 0 votes, asked Sep 05 '12 by Jason
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Reference to website flagged. Why?
I just purchased the annual package of Grammarly. This looks like a very good service. However, I have a question ...
references to websites 0 votes, asked Aug 30 '12 by Terry Brock
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Is this correct Past Tense?
One of the biggest games to be featured at E3! Are you excited for Watch Dogs?
to be past tense 0 votes, asked Jun 13 '12 by Karan Desai
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