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    #1

    "help you to write" or "help you write"

    Which of the following is the correct?

    1. "...that will help you to write clearly"

    2. "...help you write clearly"


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    #2

    Re: "help you to write" or "help you write"

    the second one reads better if it is "...that helps write clearly"

    (excess use of pronouns (you) points to preening)

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    #3

    Re: "help you to write" or "help you write"

    Both are correct.

    Michael

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