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    "Tell your friend to help you fix your head phone"

    Hi,

    "Tell your friend to help you fix your headset" Here I didn't use to between you and fix and I think it is correct because I have seen sometimes "to" is removed in this kind of situation. Is that right? Is my sentence correct?

    This is another context which I got on Yahoo, i.e. Let us help you find your perfect match. I think it is possible to say "Let us help you to find your perfect match. I just added "to". What is your opinion? Is it okay to remove "to" in this kind of context?



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    Re: "Tell your friend to help you fix your head phone"

    Yes, both sentences are fine with or without 'to'.

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