Question About Using The Word "To"

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Question About Using The Word "To"

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Hello there,

I just want to check to see if this sentence is correct. I was not sure if I needed to add "to" after "likely." If I could get a resource for this rule (if it does exist), I would be greatly appreciative of it.

"The students would likely benefit from studying their textbooks."
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