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    Difference

    I was seeing a hollywood movie, Minority Report. My subtitle was on. I saw a sentence

    All you have to do is kill me. (Does it look right?)
    But according to me, it should be " All you have to do is to kill me".

    Please explain me difference between these two sentences. Are both right.

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    Re: Difference

    Quote Originally Posted by onkar View Post
    I was seeing a hollywood movie, Minority Report. My subtitle was on. I saw a sentence

    All you have to do is kill me. (Does it look right?)
    But according to me, it should be " All you have to do is to kill me".

    Please explain me difference between these two sentences. Are both right.
    Yes, they are both correct.

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