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1) "I would like to learn as much as possible as soon as possible"

Should there be a comma after the first "possible?"

2)"The liberties that the university provides to its students..."

Should I take out the "to"?

  • grammar -

    1. You could or you could just add "and"

    2) "to" is fine. If you wanted to, you could remove it.


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