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and halt/and to halt
The following sentence "as the government tried to get aid to hungry survivors and halt looting" can I say " and to halt looting"?
When do I need to add"to" after "and"?
Re: and halt/and to halt
Yes you can.
Originally Posted by idiotmike
Generally you don't need to add another "to", but sometimes it's better for stylistic reasons. And it's necessary if you have any ambiguity without it.