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  1. Newbie
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    Verb Question. What is the Infinitive form for the following (without the 'to')?

    1.Hadn't
    2.Planned
    3.Has
    4.Helped
    5.Had
    6.Spent
    7.Don't
    8.Want
    9.Love
    10.am
    11.Becoming
    12.know

    Thank you in advance!

  2. 5jj's Avatar
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    Re: Verb Question. What is the Infinitive form for the following (without the 'to')?

    You try first. You are a native speaker, so it shouldn't be that hard.

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