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Split Infinitives
Split infinitives happen when you put an adverb between to and a verb, for example:
She used to secretly admire him.
You have to really watch him.
~Oxford University Press
From Writers Write

Split Infinitives

Split infinitives happen when you put an adverb between to and a verb, for example:

  • She used to secretly admire him.
  • You have to really watch him.

~Oxford University Press

From Writers Write

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    General consensus is that split infinitives are Bad and that you should feel bad. But who really cares anyway? Stuffy...