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Hello,

If someone can clearly explain why the following is correct, that would be great.

To get out of our current crisis, it would be important to stop spending so much money.

To get into a good school, students should be taught how to study well.

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I clearly understand why an active sentence like

To win, we must score higher than opponents.

But I am confused about passive sentence becuse, to me, "to do something" seems like it needs a noun that is doing something actively.

Am I wrong?

Can someone exexplain this clearly?

Thank you.
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englishnewbieTo get out of our current crisis, it would be important to stop spending so much money.
You are right that the front phrase is dangling, but many such are accepted as long as the meaning is clear.
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Hi,
Thanks for the reply.

So
To get into a good school, students should be taught how to study well.

is grammatically correct? Nothing wrong whatsoever (even if TO is folloed by a passive structure)?

Thanks.
Nothing that anyone will ever notice.
Thanks!
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