I don;t understand the rule, but I know how it works
you don't separate the 'to' from the other bit
to actually get it right
and then actually to get it right
first is wrong
not sure if that added to your understanding
the timing of this thread is ironic as I just *that* second saw my sister in law saying something was 'discusting' on her fb status. Whilst I inwardly cringed, I also know that english is not her parent's first language, she left school at 15, no books in the house, etc. So really, how can she be judged on it?
Sometimes I feel people should know better I suppose.
Even though I can see how annoying it would be, it truly does bother me when people make basic mistakes. It's like nails on a chalkboard sort of thing..