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    #1

    not going back or not to go back

    is it grammatically correct to say "I even thought of not going back to the party OR thought not to go back to the party"

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    Re: not going back or not to go back

    I prefer your first.

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    Re: not going back or not to go back

    Lemmor, your earlier posts show that you are able to use correct capitalisation and punctuation. Please use the Edit Post button to correct your text in post #1.

    'I even thought to go back to the party' is incorrect.

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