Questions tagged with infinitive

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Is there any difference between these three phrases?
I hoped to have finished my homework yesterdayI hoped to finish my homework yesterday I was hoping to finish my ...
Infinitive 0 votes, asked Apr 09 by Eugene Epifanov
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who/whom as object of infinitive
I'm editing a book for an author, and his subtitle is "embracing who you are to become who [whom?] you ...
who whom linking direct Infinitive 0 votes, asked Feb 22 by Justin Jaquith
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Bare infinitive confusion
These two uses of the bare infinitive presented in our study material seem alien enough for me to enquire - ...
Bare Infinitive 0 votes, asked Oct 17 '14 by Imants Safronovs
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Phrases is a sentences
What are the phrases in the sentences below (Prepositional, infinitive, or participial)are used has adjectives and what word is being ...
Infinitive Preoposition participial adjectives 0 votes, asked Jul 08 '14 by Stacy Parkman-Smith
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What is the Kernel Sentence of this sentence?
"One other key to creating jobs that will gainfully employ a substantial portion of the unemployed is to boost the ...
Infinitive adjective clause Phrase verbals 0 votes, asked Jun 25 '14 by Jerhewd
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Gerunds: Watching
I had a buddy of mine recently tell me I missed a gerund in the following sentence or my sentence ...
gerund Infinitive 0 votes, asked May 23 '14 by Felip
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To help or helping, which form is correct?
"I am confident to be able to help the team with [...]" or "I am confident to be able to ...
Infinitive ing 0 votes, asked Nov 20 '13 by emeukal
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Gerunds (instead of infinitives) in WH-questions
Is it possible to use a gerund instead of an infinitive in questions such as: 1) Why wait until tomorrow? ...
Infinitive gerund question why 0 votes, asked Aug 27 '13 by Lorenzo
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didactics
what is the difference between the usage of infinitive verb and grund to express likes and dislikes
gerund verb Infinitive likes dislikes 0 votes, asked Dec 08 '12 by genesis
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can't bear + Infinitive or Gerund
Could you please tell me which form of the verb 'tell' is correct in the sentence: He couldn't bear to ...
Infinitive gerund bear 0 votes, asked Nov 27 '12 by Artur Strozynski
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Infinitives
Which one is right to use?1. I want to see you. OrI want see you. 2. I want to see ...
Infinitive +1 vote, asked Apr 14 '12 by Shantanu
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