The title pretty much says it all. It's a very common mistake which (unfortunately) even many native speakers make.
Is there a rule to unambiguously decide should I end this verb with
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There are four cases when you put
ь in verb suffixes:
г(ляг(те)) with imperative mood: исправь(те).
In all other cases, there is no
The best way is to ask a question... If it ends in
тся, if in
ть, then it's
It's a big problem ;-) and there's whole site dedicated to that question: http://tsya.ru/