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to try sth.

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try and/try toLast post 18 May 06, 20:57
Does anyone know which one is actually correct? I would think "try to" but as I've just rea…6 Replies
"try to" or "try and"Last post 10 Jun 10, 09:01
Hi, I've got a question concerning the little word "try": is it "try to do sth" or "try and …12 Replies
verkosten gegenLast post 07 Mar 09, 15:50
Diese Beschreibung bezieht sich auf eine Rotweindegustation. Genauso lässt sie sich aber auc…4 Replies
try attemptLast post 09 Aug 11, 22:06
One of his desperate tries to be funny... geht hier tries? Oder wie würde man "Versuche" h…9 Replies
try find vs. try to findLast post 12 Sep 09, 13:39
Ich lese/hoere des oefteren Konstruktionen ala "Try find a better one!" oder "I'll let our a…5 Replies
Try to win or try AND wiin?Last post 30 Jun 14, 10:42
The customer can try and win an attractive prize. or is it "try to win" ? Thanks! wh5 Replies
try + inf/ingLast post 04 Feb 05, 01:29
Hi, kann einer von euch mir (versuchen zu) erklären, wann man try + infinitiv und wann ma…7 Replies
"Try" oder "attempt"?Last post 03 Oct 07, 18:54
Hallo! Wie ihr am Betreff erkennen könnt, wüsste ich gerne, inwiefern sich die Wörter "try"…1 Replies
try and [do]Last post 26 Aug 08, 22:05
In dem Buch das ich gerade lese, kommen die Ausdrücke "try and get back" und "try and persua…6 Replies
es versuchen mit vs. try/try it with Last post 29 Dec 14, 15:00
Gelegentlich lese ich "try it with ...", was mir wie ein Äquivalent zu "versuch's mal mit ..…6 Replies
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