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    To clinch- infinitive

    "Vijender Singh beats Kerry Hope to clinch WBO Asia Pacific title" I read this sentence in The Times of India. What part of speech does " to clinch WBO Asia Pacific title " belong to ? Is it an infinitive acting as an adverb? Thanks in advance .
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    Re: To clinch- infinitive

    Jigneshbharati, I believe that in a previous thread I showed you that we don't put a space after opening quotation marks or a space before closing quotation marks. Please edit your post to fix those errors.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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