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  • one year ago

Are the BOLD words an infinitive or a prepositional phrase? Some of the plants take a long time TO GROW. A. infinitive B. prepositional phrase

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  1. anonymous
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    An infinitive phrase always starts with "to"

  2. anonymous
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    yes its c always follow that rule infinitive always starts with "to"

  3. anonymous
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    ok. thank you.

  4. anonymous
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    no prob :)

  5. anonymous
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    Are the BOLD words an infinitive or a prepositional phrase? Gabrielle has a lot of party decorations left TO MAKE. A. infinitive B. prepositional phrase

  6. anonymous
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    @Missiey

  7. anonymous
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    assume bold is TO MAKE

  8. anonymous
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    yes

  9. anonymous
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    and if so its starts with TO so it would be???

  10. anonymous
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    yes. it starts with to, but all of the other answers like this also start with to

  11. anonymous
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    A prepositional phrase is a group of words that lacks either a verb or a subject, and that functions as a unified part of speech.

  12. anonymous
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    so this would still be a?

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    @Missiey

  14. anonymous
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    yes

  15. anonymous
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    Are the BOLD words an infinitive or a prepositional phrase? In the spring, do you enjoy going TO PARKS? A. prepositional phrase B. infinitive

  16. anonymous
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    @Missiey

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    @Missiey

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    @RainbowBrony555

  19. anonymous
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    What do you think the answer is? :)

  20. anonymous
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    a?

  21. anonymous
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    correct

  22. anonymous
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    thank you

  23. anonymous
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    Are the underlined words an infinitive or a prepositional phrase? Some of the plants take a long time to grow. A. infinitive B. prepositional phrase

  24. anonymous
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    @TheEdwardsFamily

  25. YoungStudier
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    @RainbowBrony555

  26. anonymous
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    its c

  27. anonymous
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    there is no c @BRONCOBURDEN17

  28. anonymous
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    i meant the first question

  29. anonymous
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    O

  30. anonymous
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    @RainbowBrony555

  31. anonymous
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    What's underlined?

  32. anonymous
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    To grow

  33. anonymous
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    @RainbowBrony555

  34. anonymous
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    The correct answer would be 'infinitive' :)

  35. anonymous
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    thank u

  36. anonymous
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    No problem ^.^

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