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    wrong usage of the word "how" before infinitive

    On one forum about English grammar one user (native speaker) wrote that the sentence bellow is not grammatically OK. Can you please explain to me why? Thank you.


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    Re: wrong usage of the word "how" before infinitive

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    We don't say "chance how ...".
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