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    #1

    "to do sth, to ..., and to"

    Please help:

    I need to obtain some data from there, to anylise it according to their advices, and to give the result of my analsis to that company.

    or omit "to"s then:

    I need to obtain some data from there, anylise it according to their advices, and give the result of my analysis to that company.

    Thanks


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    Re: "to do sth, to ..., and to"

    Quote Originally Posted by fang2008 View Post
    Please help:

    I need to obtain some data from there, to anylise it according to their advices, and to give the result of my analsis to that company.

    or omit "to"s then:

    I need to obtain some data from there, anylise it according to their advices, and give the result of my analysis to that company.

    Thanks
    I need to obtain some data from there, analyse it according to their instructions/advice, and give the results of my analysis to that company.

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