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  1. PPPPP
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    Smile Usage

    What is the difference between:
    'This will help solve your problem.' and 'This will help to solve your problem.'

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    Re: Usage

    Quote Originally Posted by PPPPP View Post
    What is the difference between:
    'This will help solve your problem.' and 'This will help to solve your problem.'
    The second sentence has an unnecessary word, and sounds a bit odd to me. Whether it is actually wrong or not is another question.

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    Re: Usage

    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    The second sentence has an unnecessary word, and sounds a bit odd to me. Whether it is actually wrong or not is another question.
    And if anyone is interested in this other question, the answer is:
    No, it's not wrong. It's normal English.

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