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1. The Wilsons have decided not to go to summer camp for their vacation.

2. The Wilsons have decided to not go to summer camp for their vacation.

Sentence #1 is correct. Is sentence #2 also acceptable?
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No, it isn't.

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It doesn't seem correct to me either...
How to Not Go Broke in Walmart.

How to not go crazy.

I think these are instructions.
Hi guys,

To be or to not be, is that the question?

Best wishes, Clive
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Lol Clive, nice humour. Emotion: big smile

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Sentence #2 is used these days, but my reaction is ARRRRRGGGGGGHHHH! It's like fingernails on a chalkboard. Very grating on the nerves.
And that is the most scholarly assessment I can muster! Emotion: smile

CJ
Again, Teo, stop using Google for studying. It will mislead you most of the times.

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