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    what type of word is the word "to"? ex: adverb etc.

    what of word is the word :to: ex:adverb etc.?

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    Re: what type of word is the word "to"? ex: adverb etc.

    In what context? It has many uses:
    http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/to

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    Re: what type of word is the word "to"? ex: adverb etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by tommy owen View Post
    What type/sort of word is the word "to"? ex: For example, is it an adverb? etc.?
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