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# "To walk Quickly" vs " To Quickly Walk"

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18 Jul 2008, 16:56
Whick is correct????

Is "to walk quickly" always wrong ?

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Ethan
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18 Jul 2008, 17:08
This is a classic conundrum, called the split infinitive. I never understood it myself.

Haha read this, which will only confuse you more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Split_infinitive
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18 Jul 2008, 19:01
As per the MGMAT SC guide split infinitives are incorrect.

to and verb should not be sperated like to quickly walk
to walk quickly is the correct form, the guide says.
Re: "To walk Quickly" vs " To Quickly Walk"   [#permalink] 18 Jul 2008, 19:01
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