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    to

    Do you want to go or to stay?
    Do you want to go or stay?

    Which one is correct?
    Besides, when do we put "to" after "or?"

    Thanks a lot!!

  1. Tombraiders
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    Re: to

    Quote Originally Posted by bread
    Do you want to go or to stay?
    Do you want to go or stay?

    Which one is correct?
    Besides, when do we put "to" after "or?"

    Thanks a lot!!
    Both sentences are good. Normally the later one is used.

    When the second verb is in negative form, you have to use "to" after the "or". For example, to be or not to be.

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    What Tombraiders said. :wink:

    (Psst: "the latter one")

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