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Do they have the same meaning? * it will help you step-by-step to speak confidently * it will help you step-by-step speak confidently are both of them correct?
Sep 27, 2018 2:15 PM
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Hi, love(Allah). The verb "to help" can be followed by either a full infinitive (with "to") or by a bare infinitive (without "to"). Yet, you should put "step-by-step", which is an adverb here, at the end of the sentences: It'll help you (to) speak confidently step-by-step.
September 27, 2018
No, neither of them is correct. "Step-by-step, it will help you to speak more confidently."
September 27, 2018
They are correct
September 27, 2018
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