The rules for writing certain words of RussianLanguage from time to time is in doubt even in adults, good or bad, but who have attended secondary school. Unfortunately, the acquired knowledge can be forgotten over time, which is fraught with questions when composing certain texts. So when to write "to", and when "what would"?
When "to" it is necessary to write together
In the case of doubt, just say the sentence "to" appears. If it loses its meaning and can not be written without a particle "would", then a coherent spelling is necessary.
Similar proposals usually appear in the Russian language to identify subordinate clauses and express an indication of a specific goal or effect of something.
For example, the sentence "to love to live" losesSome sense and structure without "would" - "love what to live", so writing "to love that would live" is not true. Another example: "to know a person - one must understand it." Again, remove the particle, as a result of which you will get "what to recognize a person - it is necessary to understand it" and you will realize that it will be wrong to separate the writing.
Also it must be remembered that in no case and never in the Russian language is it allowed to write "something" through a hyphen or dash!
Other examples of merged spelling: "Every woman wants to be loved and respected", "life should be lived so that later it would not be shameful for aimlessly spent years", "he always wanted us to be together", "no one wants to They laughed at him "and" to find a high-paying job, you need to study well. "
Separate writing "to"
In the same case, if the utterance of the sentence is possible without any loss of meaning without "being", then the correct writing is "what would".
Examples: "Whatever happens to me, a faithful friend will always come to my rescue," "I will not believe you, whatever you tell me," "the second half will always support you, whatever you come up with," " What to ask this year for Santa Claus? "," What would I wear for this party? "
As is clear from the examples given,The sentence, of course, sometimes becomes a bit "clumsy", but its meaning remains the same, and in some cases does not change completely - "what should I ask this year for Santa Claus?" And "what should I wear for this party" sound fine and without «Would». Only the doubt implied in the speaker's speech is reduced in this sentence.
For people who can not the first timeFeel the shortage of "would" and the right option, there is one simple piece of advice. It is best to say aloud the problem proposal with holding a second pause between "what" and "would." It is pronunciation that will help you to feel the relevance and inappropriateness of this or that variant.