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    #1

    except to

    If "1" is correct, I wonder if "2" is correct.
    1. She didn't leave the house all weekend, except to go to church.
    2. She does nothing except to complain.

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    Re: except to

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    If "1" is correct, I wonder if "2" is correct.
    1. She didn't leave the house all weekend, except to go to church.
    2. She does nothing except to complain.
    No, it's not but, "She didn't leave the house all weekend, except to complain" is correct (though unlikely). Can you see why?

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