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    #1

    I have to took the frozen milk from the fridge to warm it up and feed the baby.

    I have to took the frozen milk from the fridge to warm it up and feed the baby.

    Does the preposition "to" in sentence above used correctly?


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    Re: I have to took the frozen milk from the fridge to warm it up and feed the baby.

    It is not a preposition, it is a particle which is part of the infinitive "to warm".

    Your fourth word should be "take". While it is possible that someone put frozen milk in the refrigerator to keep it cold, things don't usually freeze in a refrigerator and they won't stay frozen.

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