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    full infinitive & the bare ifinitive

    I can't find diference between them.please help

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    Smile Re: full infinitive & the bare ifinitive

    Quote Originally Posted by santy_t View Post
    I can't find diference between them.please help
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    The full infinitive is preceded by to, whereas the bare infinitive is not:
    I want to go home. - to go is a full infinitive
    I must go home. - go is a bare infinitive

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