learn or to learn

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Old_Grey_Mare

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Hello! I am looking for the most correct Oxford English answer from the sentences below. Can someone please point me in the right direction on which is correct and why?

A teacher is someone who helps kids to learn in school.

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A teacher is someone who helps kids learn in school.


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Liudmila777

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Hi. Hope this will help you:

BARE INFINITIVE. An INFINITIVE without to (win rather than to win), used: (1) After modal verbs: I must go. (2) In the pattern verb of perception plus object plus infinitive: We heard the door bang. (3) With some verbs: Let go; Help me do this; Make them pay. (4) After rather than and sooner than: I'll go without rather than pay so much. (5) In cleft sentences: All I did was ask.
 
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