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[Business Translation (Advanced - ITT Level 1,2)] About Translation homework

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Name Donghui Ko Date24-01-16 20:50 View585 Comment1

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Hello, I am Donghui.
I am very worried about my low English skill. And It is first time to take this class and do this homework.
The homework is a little bit awkward to me. But I want to complete this homework well.

So I want to ask you some quesiton to you.

Preview Vocabulary Module 1-1
I understand the questions of homework.
But I wonder if English word (Especially Verb) is written in (to Verb)? When I make an English sentence, can I erase "to"?

For example,
* to eat : 먹는 것 / I eat a hamburger.
Should I include "to" in the English sentence below?
>> I went to restaurant to eat hamburger. 

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Hello Donghui,

Thank you for the question and my apologies for the delayed response!

To answer your question, yes, you can definitely get rid of the “to” part to use the verb in your sentence.

I hope this is clear!

Kind regards,

Mason U, CMI-Korean
Business Interpretation and Translation in Korean (BIT-K) Instructor

 
 
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