anonymous
  • anonymous
How could i fix this phrase.... "never lose sight of the big picture and to treasure those small opportunities to keep the road ahead fully open to many possibilities"
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  • jamiebookeater
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shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Changing “to treasure” to “always treasure” is a good way to go. Grammar is often about having parallel constructions when you have lists like that. NEVER do this and ALWAYS do that is one of those parallel constructions, while NEVER do this and TO do that is very much not.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not only that, but with "always treasure" you now have a conjugated verb in that second half. "Never lose sight" contains the verb "lose," but "to treasure" has nothing to hook on to. In the construction "never lose sight of . . . . and . . . ," what follows the "and" will seem to have something to do with the verb "lose" or something to do with the preposition "of" unless you break that conjunction with another pattern. So "never lose sight of . . . and to treasure" means that you are cueing the reader for two verb phrases: "never lose sight of" and "never lose to treasure," which makes no sense.

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