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  1. The second is correct; the first is ungrammatical but can be corrected by replacing “intend” by “intent”. Emeritus Professor Rodney Huddleston, co-author with Professor Geoffrey Pullum of “The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language”, Cambridge University Press, 2002.

    The second is correct; the first is ungrammatical but can be corrected by replacing “intend” by “intent”.

    Emeritus Professor Rodney Huddleston, co-author with Professor Geoffrey Pullum of “The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language”, Cambridge University Press, 2002.

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