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    Question a question

    Which expression is right?

    "in order not only to do sth, but also to do sth"
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    "in order to not only do sth, but also do sth"
    Last edited by bandgxy; 30-Oct-2005 at 07:35.

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    My choice,

    EX: In order to do not only this, but also (to do) that, a person must . . . .

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