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    #1

    with to or without to

    Dear Teacher,
    Is this text correct? Do I need to use "to" or not?
    At last the building works started in two timings. On 29th August 2000 the new school-year of 2000/2001 started with a school-year opening ceremony. The pupils of Hajdusamson could already study in the new building and soon could use the new gym.

    The new school library was handed over in the attic of the new school. With this an opportunity opened not only to accommodate books for children, but also to form a pedagogic department.
    Thanks,
    rafael

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    Re: with to or without to

    Where would you like to use to?
    At last the building works started in two timings. On 29th August 2000 the new school-year of 2000/2001 started with a school-year opening ceremony. The pupils of Hajdusamson could already study in the new building and soon could use the new gym.

    The new school library was handed over in the attic of the new school. With this an opportunity opened not only to accommodate books for children, but also to form a pedagogic department.


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    Re: with to or without to

    Dear Teacher,

    Do I need to use to after but also (to) form in the following text:

    With this an opportunity opened not only (to) accommodate books for children, but also (to) form a pedagogic department.

    Thanks,
    rafael

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