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    need help please

    "Camila, what are you doing with that spoon?"

    "I want to become the greatest cook that ever lived!"


    Now, should I just replace "that ever lived" with "to ever live?"

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    Re: need help please

    Quote Originally Posted by placidran View Post
    "Camila, what are you doing with that spoon?"

    "I want to become the greatest cook that ever lived!"


    Now, should I just replace "that ever lived" with "to ever live?"
    You could. I wouldn't say you should. They both convey the meaning.

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    Re: need help please

    Good answer.

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    Re: need help please

    How about 'the greatest cook ever'?

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