- For Teachers
Which is best to use "to help to reinforce" or "to help reinforce"?
"I help to reinforce my learning by repeating the exercises"
"I help reinforce my learning by repeating the exercises"
I am a native English speaker, teaching some business English in China, but am not familiar with the differences between these two forms.
Can anyone help?
1) He helps me pass the time. (= He helps make my idle time go more quickly.)
2) He helps me to pass the time. (suggests that he helps me do things because he wants to make his idle time go more quickly)