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    #1

    "as to"

    Is that a correct sentence:
    "They must decide as to whether they will go there."

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    Re: "as to"

    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    Is that a correct sentence:
    "They must decide as to whether they will go there."

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    It's not wrong, but I don't like it much. "as to" seems redundant to me.

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    Re: "as to"

    Not a teacher.

    The sentence would be more natural without "as to", wouldn't it be? Bhai.

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    #4

    Re: "as to"

    Quote Originally Posted by kite View Post
    Not a teacher.

    The sentence would be more natural without "as to", wouldn't it be? Bhai.
    Yes, it would, IMO.

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    Re: "as to"

    Pierce, click here to read earlier threads about the corrrect use of 'as to'.

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