Shakespeare left us with countless quotations that we use every day. One of his greatest was, "To be or not to be. That is the question!" However, I´m sure what he really meant was "To use TO or not use TO" because that is an even bigger question. As I´m sure you know, some verbs are usually followed by that two-letter word, while others are not. If "to" is actually needed, it is there to help join a verb to its infinitive, or to an indirect object. Trying to remember which verbs use "to" may have you thinking "It´s all Greek to me," but "As...
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