anonymous
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What type of clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below? Frances has plenty of time( to devote to her painting). appositive adverb clause infinitive adjective clause present participial phrase
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Kittylove12
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
Hi you need help
anonymous
  • anonymous
infinitive phrase

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adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
present participle phrase
anonymous
  • anonymous
infinitives always begin with the word to
anonymous
  • anonymous
the infinitive is to devote
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Kittylove12 is right it is an infinitive phrase
anonymous
  • anonymous
there is a participle phrase in the infinitive phrase though
anonymous
  • anonymous
the participle phrase is to her painting
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
Yeah but if you look at the answer choices there is no infinitive phrase
anonymous
  • anonymous
no but there is infinitiv
anonymous
  • anonymous
infinitive*
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
yep
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
yeah but look in the parenthesis it would be an infinitive phrase but there is no infinitive phrase so it would be present participle phrase
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
@Kittylove12 you are wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
Fine
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
Do you agree with me
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
Who ever posted this @Kittylove12 is wrong it is present participle phrase
adelyn_helps
  • adelyn_helps
hey close this question

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