Don't you dare let something to limit your life

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Ukrainian & Russian
Don't you dare let what someone has said about you or how someone has raised you to limit your life.
(Your Are Blessed And Cannot Be Cursed; Joel Osteen; Sermon)

It looks to me as if 'to' doesn't belong here. If so, would you be so kind as to tell me whether it happens relatively often even in well prepared speeches (as this one obviously was) and whether you'd usually notice something like this right away?

  • entangledbank

    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    It's a definite error, and I don't think anyone would say it. In writing you can create it by changing 'allow' to 'let' and not rereading.
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