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what about "I have a job and I must complete it before I can draw my pay." if " i must complete it" is the infinitive
Weegy: "I must complete it" is the infinitive PHRASE. (More)
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Updated 11/13/2011 4:08:12 PM
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To change "i must complete it" to an infinitive, rewrite the sentence as: I have a job to complete before I can draw my pay.
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In the sentence, "We are planning a party. It will honor our seniors." "It will honor" should be turned into an infinitive, what would it be?
Weegy: We are planning a party to honor our seniors. To honor is the infinitive here. (More)
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Change the sentence "I have a job and I must complete it before I can draw my pay." into another sentence having "i must complete it" being the infinitive
Weegy: To change a sentence to infinitive: I have a job to complete before I can draw my pay. User: Change the sentence "Kimberly touched the flowers. She saw that they were real." into another sentence having "She saw" being the infinitive (More)
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Kimberly touched the flowers. She saw that they were real. With an infinitive: Kimberly touched the flowers to see if they were real.
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Change the sentence "Don't put your elbows on the table. It is bad manners." into another sentence having "Don't put" being the infinitive
Weegy: elbows on the table is bad manners (More)
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Updated 11/13/2011 4:34:44 PM
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It is bad manners "to put" your elbows on the table. "to put" is the infinitive.
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I need your to identify the sentence, "kimberley touched the flowers to see if they were real." if it's a noun, adjective or adverb
Weegy: A sentence can't be noun, adjective or adverb. Which word do we need to identify as a noun, adjective or adverb? please be more specific. thank you! (More)
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Updated 11/14/2011 1:23:42 PM
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The answer to the above question is Adverb. Infinitives (Adverb between to and the infinitive). Another example is "He handled it with such nicety of address as sufficiently to show that he fully understood the business". read more:
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