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please help check my answers medal given 31. Identify the infinitive phrase in the sentence below. Gilbert Stuart was happy to entertain his friends lavishly. was happy to entertain lavishly happy to entertain 32. Identify the sentence that uses a modifier correctly. We watched a video about polar bears at summer camp. Yesterday, I saw a man walking a dog in a bathrobe. As I left the store, a man wearing a long coat almost ran into me. We saw three fires flying over the forest yesterday. 31. was happy 32. As I left the store, a man wearing a long coat almost ran in

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to entertain
can you explain why?

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http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/infinitivephrase.htm
Actually, the infinitive phrase ought to be "to entertain his friends lavishly" — "to entertain" is just the infinitive.
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