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# correct idiom - extent that or extent to which

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19 Mar 2008, 20:03
which one is correct? - extent that or extent to which
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03 Apr 2008, 07:40
Which is the correct idiom - assist with or assist in? Could someone pls explain with example? Thanks!
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03 Apr 2008, 07:46
Both are correct I think.

To the extent that ...

The extent to which ...
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