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    All you need is to love/love somebody,

    1. All you need is to love somebody.

    2. All you need is love somebody.


    I wonder if the both are grammatical.

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    Re: All you need is to love/love somebody,

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. All you need is to love somebody.

    2. All you need is love somebody.


    I wonder if the both are grammatical.
    You may drop some infinitive forms of some verbs, but not as in your example #2.

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