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    #1

    Joining of sentences

    You will regret later in life if you continue to neglect your studies.

    1. Unless you stop neglecting your studies, you will regret later in life.

    2. Unless you stop to neglect your studies, you will regret later in life.

    To join the above sentences, is sentence 1 or 2 correct?
    Last edited by kohyoongliat; 09-Mar-2007 at 10:56.


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    #2

    Re: Joining of sentences

    stop to do something : stop to do an activity to do another one
    stop doing something means not continue with an activity more
    So 1 is the correct choice .
    am i right?

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