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    correct grammar

    please tell me what is correct:
    ..our interest in to enhance our chances...

    ..our interest to enhance our chances..

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    Re: correct grammar

    Without the entire sentence, we can't say for sure. But what you probably want is:

    ...our interest is in enhancing our chances...

    or

    ...we are interested in enhancing our chances...

    or

    ...our interest in enhancing our chances...

    [I am a copy editor and former university writing tutor.]

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