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    #1

    the things to do

    Is this sentence correct:

    1) You'll have to find out the things to do.

    Does it mean:
    a) You'll have to find out the things you have to do.
    b) You'll have to find out the things that have to be done. (maybe not by you)
    c) You'll have to find out the things you can do.

    Gratefully,
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    Re: the things to do

    It's not natural. You could write I wanted to find out what to do.
    I am not a teacher.

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