1. I have helped an old man to cross the street on a crosswalk.

2. I have helped a foreigner to find a post office.

3. I have helped a missing child to go back to his home.

4. I have helped an old lady to carry things.

5. I have helped a man to take a highway.

6. I have helped a handicapped man to get on a bus.

7. I have helped a blind man to find a police station.

(Would you check the sentences and correct errors if any?)

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asked by rfvv
  1. Remove "to" in each infinitive. The sentences will be smoother without it.

    Otherwise, they're all fine.

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