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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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anonymous
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An infinitive phrase always starts with "to"
anonymous
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yes its c always follow that rule infinitive always starts with "to"
anonymous
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ok. thank you.

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anonymous
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no prob :)
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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
anonymous
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anonymous
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assume bold is TO MAKE
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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and if so its starts with TO so it would be???
anonymous
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yes. it starts with to, but all of the other answers like this also start with to
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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.
anonymous
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so this would still be a?
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anonymous
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yes
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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
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What do you think the answer is? :)
anonymous
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a?
anonymous
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correct
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thank you
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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
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anonymous
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its c
anonymous
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there is no c @BRONCOBURDEN17
anonymous
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i meant the first question
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O
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What's underlined?
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To grow
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anonymous
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The correct answer would be 'infinitive' :)
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thank u
anonymous
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No problem ^.^

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