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    #1

    prefer to/rather than

    I would prefer to make a copy than to take this whole book home.
    I would prefer to make a copy rather than to take this whole book home.

    I think the second sentence is correct, but not the first.

    Many thanks.


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    #2

    Re: prefer to/rather than

    Both sentences are fine.


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    #3

    Re: prefer to/rather than


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