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    which is correct? (enough to/as to)

    Which one is correct?

    "he has not reasearched enough as to know all he knows"

    or

    "he has not researched enough to know all he knows"

    or none, or both...

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    Re: which is correct? (enough to/as to)

    With 'enough', to know.

    But

    He has not researched so much as to be regarded as an authority

    or

    He gave a little wave, as much as to say goodbye.

    So
    as/so much as to
    or
    enough to
    (by which I don't mean they mean the same; I'm just trying to codify when to use 'as to').

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    Last edited by BobK; 08-Jan-2007 at 18:51. Reason: Tweaked format

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