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Which of the 2 sentences below is grammatically correct?

These two sentences are it-cleft sentences. "That" is the most universal relative pronoun in it-cleft sentences and the sentence is correct. You can use "when" instead of "...
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Is it correct to say "I screwed the tap onto/into the pipe"?

I would say you screwed it onto the pipe. Screwing 'into' something could imply drilling a hole into something for a screw, or even drilling into it with the screw. Here, the pipe has a threaded end ...
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Repeating "to" as infinitive marker and preposition

In 'permission is granted to all parties to copy...', the first 'to' is a necessary preposition after the verb 'granted'; the second is a necessary part of the infinitive of the verb 'to copy'. You ...
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