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  1. Member
    Student or Learner
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    #1

    "One of the lawmakers' duties is to make law/a law/laws."

    "One of the lawmakers' duties is to make law/a law/laws."
    Should I say make law, a law or laws? And can I omit the "to" after "is"? Which is more common, with or without "to"? Thanks!

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    Retired English Teacher
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    #2

    Re: "One of the lawmakers' duties is to make law/a law/laws."

    I'd only say

    'One of the lawmakers' duties is to make laws'.

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