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This tag is for questions regarding the rules for the formation of sentences.

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My English teachers(Canadian and British) said: "We usually use infinitive clauses in order to define nouns, however, it doesn't mean that they can never be separated from each other. Sometim …
asked Jun 5 '18 by Jawel
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The sentence is: To solve a complex problem, there is always a simple way which everyone can understand. Do you think that this sentence is grammatically OK? Why I am asking it is because I wou …
asked Jun 8 '18 by Jawel
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My English teachers said that changing the position of an infinitive may not change anything. Example, Some opportunities to get a better education exist. Some opportunities exist to get a better e …
asked Jun 5 '18 by Jawel
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I have some money in my bank account to use for poor people. That's my sentence. The part at the end (to use for poor people) is intended to refer back to "some money". The intended meaning is: …
asked Jun 7 '18 by Jawel