Is there a difference in ‘need to do’ vs. ‘need do’? I usually say ‘need to do’ rather than ‘need do’ but I’ve recently been listening to an audio program by James Fleet and he constantly says ‘need do’.
So what do you think?
In American spoken English language, when there is a plan to go to a special place such as a Las Vegas city or a carnival voyage. There are always some do’s and don’t’s lists. When an author says like here or this is what you need “do” in … S/he gives you a suguestion to be followed in order to save your money or for your own good.