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Posted by Henry on April 03, 2004

In Reply to: "To clarify" or "to clarity"? posted by leigh on April 03, 2004

: one paragraph from an article as follows:
: "to clarity, it may be necessary to advertise more in order to increase sales, however that could be due to many circumstances such as a decrease in the public's overall attendance, an increase in the cost of movies, or a lack of trust in the opinions of the reviewers. "

: does "to clarity" make sense here.or it should be "to clarify"?grateful to you

The verb here should be clariFy. If this operation is successful, the result will be clariTy - the noun.