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  1. B45
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    "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?"

    Speaking to the mail clerk about filling out an express shipment form. I ask:

    "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?"

    VS

    "Isn't there a part of this form that you to fill out as well?"

    Are both okay?

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    Re: "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?"

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    Speaking to the mail clerk about filling out an express shipment form. I ask:

    "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?" This is okay.

    VS

    "Isn't there a part of this form that you to fill out as well?" Omit 'to' and this is okay.

    Are both okay?
    H.

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    Re: "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?"

    Quote Originally Posted by riquecohen View Post
    H.


    "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?"

    VS

    "Isn't there a part of this form that you have to fill out as well?"

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    Re: "Isn't there a part of this form for you to fill out as well?"

    They're both okay.

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