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In its antitrust complaint the justice department claimed that the sof

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In its antitrust complaint the justice department claimed that the software design employed by the company did not allow the consumer neither to disable the internet browser provided with the software or to easily install a different browser

A. neither to disable
B. either to disable
C. to either disable
D. the power of disabling
E. to either disable
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New post 01 Feb 2018, 16:33
C to Either or to is idiomatically correct and parrelle. Disable is proper tense
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B is correct ...either or is llel...

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New post 27 Feb 2018, 07:45
Can somebody please clarify why C is incorrect?
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New post 28 Feb 2018, 22:37
Since our parallel marker is either/or, the part after each marker must match. If we want to use infinitives (to disable, to install), we have two choices:

1) to EITHER disable OR install
2) EITHER to disable OR to install

C mixes and matches those. It puts "to" in front of either, where it should apply to both verbs "to (disable or install)," but then uses "to install" as well. That would give us "to to install."
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