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    Bare infinitive

    I would like to know more about bare infinitive. But there is no result shown in advanced search.
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    Re: Bare infinitive

    A bare infinitive is the base form of a verb. It is the infinitive without the particle "to". If you Google it you will get many hits.

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    Re: Bare infinitive

    Ju, see the Similar Threads below.

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