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    #1

    We help you achieve vs. We help you to achieve

    Which of the 2 sentences is correct?

    - We help you achieve your business goals
    - We help you to achieve your business goals

    Is 'to' doing there anything?
    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: We help you achieve vs. We help you to achieve

    Welcome to the forum, pjpbarreto.

    No sentence can be correct without a final punctuation mark. I believe the same applies in Portuguese.

    Please use the Edit Post feature to correct your sentences.

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