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    question

    1-can we say?

    he drives the most dangerously. When comparing between more than two

    2- why do we add TO in the first sentence while we do not in the second ?

    I do not need TO study. VS. I need not study.

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    1-can we say?

    he drives the most dangerously. When comparing between more than two

    Yes, we can- it sounds a bit strange without the context, but it's fine.
    2- why do we add TO in the first sentence while we do not in the second ?

    I do not need TO study. VS. I need not study.

    In the first, 'need'is an oridnary verb, but it can also be modal verb (in the negative), which it is in the second.

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    Re: question

    Quote Originally Posted by ismael
    1-can we say?

    he drives the most dangerously. When comparing between more than two

    2- why do we add TO in the first sentence while we do not in the second ?

    I do not need TO study. VS. I need not study.

    pelase, e-mail me at ismaeltohari@yahoo.co.uk as soon as possible[/url][/list][/list][/code]
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