Student or Learner
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.
Retired English Teacher
Re: except to
No, it's not but, "She didn't leave the house all weekend, except to complain" is correct (though unlikely). Can you see why?
Originally Posted by wowenglish1