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    Infinitive verb form

    I've come across two ways in which idioms are written (including infinitive verbs). For example:

    1) to not see eye to eye with sb - to not agree with someone
    2) not to see eye to eye with sb - to not agree with someone

    Can you tell me which form is more 'correct'? Or perhaps both are fine?

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    Re: Infinitive verb form

    Both are okay.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 07-Feb-2017 at 15:12. Reason: Fixed typo.

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