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    Is it correct? " To avoid this be happened again, ......."

    Is it correct?

    " To avoid this be happened again, ......."

    I have underlined in red on above-mentioned sentence. Is it correct?
    If not,please advise!
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    Re: Is it correct? " To avoid this be happened again, ......."

    To avoid this happening again ...'

    'To prevent this (from) happening again ...'

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