"We must to be creative...."

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Odessa Dawn

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"We must to be creative when fighting the battle over the public image," Shapira added.

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must auxiliary verb used with other verbs without the infinitive "to" 1 expressing obligation: I must go to work tomorrow.

More: Heinle's Newbury House Dictionary of American English

We must be creative when fighting the battle over the public image. Without to after must.


We have to be creative when fighting the battle over the public image. Works better.



We should be creative. I think this sentence is the best one. It is a piece of advice.



In sum, I prefer use must be over must to be. Now, your comments people.


 

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'Must to be' is wrong. Do you really need our comments on all these typos and mistakes you are digging up?
 
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