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"Catenative verb: An English verb able to be immediately followed by the full or bare infinitive, or gerund, as in “I beg to differ”, where beg is catenative."
More: catenative verb - Wiktionary Catenative verbs are verbs which can be followed directly by another verb — variously in the to-infinitive, bare infinitive or present participle/gerund forms.
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Appendix:English catenative verbs - Wiktionary
Verbs Followed by an Object Before the Second Infinitive Verb
Are "Verbs that Followed by an Object Before the Second Infinitive Verb such as advise and encourage" the opposite of "catenative verbs?" Do we call them separable verbs since they need to be followed by an object before the second infinitive verb?
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