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Make sure that ABC is stable and to do CBA as soon as possible.

Is my sentence correct?
(It means "make sure that..... and make sure to ....", that is, the second 'make sure' is omitted)
Thanks

EDIT: I think to have different structures in a dependent clause or part sounds not good....
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No, it's not so good. It lacks parallelism.

Make sure that ABC is stable and that you do CBA as soon as possible.
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Not quite:
"Make sure that ABC is stable and do CBA as soon as possible." Omit 'to' in 'to do'

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Another - and not necessarily better - way of saying it would be:
"Make sure that ABC is stable, and that CBA is done as soon as possible."
The difference is that it places equal emphasis on both things that need to be done, even though one comes before the other (and so, might seem more important.)
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 Mister Micawber's reply was promoted to an answer.
Thanks so much, Terry and Mr M.
It's good to know those patterns to say, and I understand this issue very well!