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    #1

    insist to-in order to

    Hi,

    -Most people still insist to try out their furniture.

    Does it mean that ''most people still insist in order to try out their furniture'' ?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: insist to-in order to

    Neither sentence makes much sense.

    Perhaps you mean

    'Most people insist on trying out new furniture (before they buy it)'.

    Rover

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