To continually develop OR continually to develop

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I am aware of putting 'continually' between the infinitive verb and the verb, develop, but 'to continually develop' sounds better to me than 'continually to develop'. Regardless of my reason, is it still wrong? Should I never separate 'to' and 'develop'?

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With an epistemological perspective arguing that the value of ethnographic studies is not merely defined by what ethnographical research is, but also by how it should meaningfully conduct, this chapter calls for attentions from online ethnographic researchers to continually develop approaches which enable them to act in an explicit, systematic manner to explore online and its culture at ease.
asked Jul 30 '12 at 20:37 Sunny Jang Jang New member

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