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Infinitive with/without TO
'To Not Be Or Not To Be'... That is 'the Question'...
He intended to get up early.
The infinitive phrase functions as the direct object of the verb intended.
You have a paper to write...
The infinitive phrase functions as an adjective modifying paper.
Jack agreed to lend me his car.
The infinitive phrase functions as the direct object of the verb agreed.
I asked her to explain once more.
The infinitive phrase functions as the direct object of the verb asked.
We all wanted Sam to be elected.
The infinitive phrase functions as the direct object of the verb wanted.
- Test :
- Transformez les phrases en utilisant ce qui est proposé entre parenthèses comme point de départ. Certaines phrases admettent un infinitif, d'autres non.
- Ex :
- Sam will certainly be elected (We want)* => We want Sam to be elected.
- I like walking (I'd rather)* => I'd rather (-) walk (pas de 'to' avant 'walk')
- Perhaps he's bored (He seems)* => He seems to be bored
- I can help him (I agree)* => I agree to help him
- My parents will have a holiday in Spain (My parents might)* => My parents (-) might have a holiday in Spain (pas de 'to' avant 'have')
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