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    Verb-age!

    Greetings!
    Which of these sentences is correct?
    "I told you not to play with that toy"or
    "I told you to not play with that toy"?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Verb-age!

    The first. (But the second is acceptable - and even preferable - in some contexts).

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