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    bigC is offline Member
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    ...guaranteed to be...

    "All watches sold by us are guaranteed to be 100% brand new".

    Is the sentence still correct if "to be" is omitted and become "All watches sold by us are guaranteed 100% brand new"?

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    Re: ...guaranteed to be...

    Yes.

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    Re: ...guaranteed to be...

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    Yes.
    Is there any difference in meanuing between the sentences with " to be" and without "to be"?

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    andrewg927 is offline Senior Member
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    Re: ...guaranteed to be...

    No.

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