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    Cool I saw you do

    Hello!

    Is the use of the infinitive form without to correct here, please?

    -"I saw you pass by and you looked very angry. "

    -"I heard you say terrible things to her".

    Thank you very much.

    Will

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    Default Re: I saw you do

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Is the use of the infinitive form without to correct here, please?

    -"I saw you pass by and you looked very angry. "

    -"I heard you say terrible things to her".

    Thank you very much.

    Will
    Yes, it's correct, "to" would be wrong.

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