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    I just want to go home now.

    I just want to go home now.

    Here, 'want' is finite verb and 'to go' is not. Why 'to go' is not a finite verb in this sentence?

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    Re: I just want to go home now.

    Because it is not showing tense according to http://www.grammar-monster.com/gloss...nite_verbs.htm
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    Re: I just want to go home now.

    Quote Originally Posted by rock-onn View Post
    Why 'to go' is not a finite verb in this sentence?
    Why isn't 'to go' a finite verb in this sentence?

    .Why is 'to go' not a finite verb in this sentence?

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