Incidentally

Do you know why you’re not supposed to split infinitives in English. (Splitting an infinitive is when you place a word between the word “to” and the verb it modifies (to go, to see, to sleep)).

Why?

Because in Latin and the descendent languages, infinitives are one word, not two. For example, “to jump” is saltus and to smile is subrideo. You can’t split those words. That’s it. That’s the reason.

Are there things going on in your head, or in your business, based on the legacy of constraints that no longer exist?

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