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    • Join Date: Oct 2007
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    Post "to not" & "not to"

    Please can you explain the proper use of "to not" and "not to"?

    For example " I told him not to go" is correct.

    i sometimes hear people say "to not"... what's the proper grammer usage for this phrase?

    Thanks.


    • Join Date: Apr 2008
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    Re: "to not" & "not to"

    [quote=beckliny;296241]i sometimes hear people say "to not"... /quote]

    For example?
    Who are the people you hear say so?

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