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    Infiitives "to come"

    In the following sentence is "to visit" an infinitive?

    She came to British Columbia two times to visit me.

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    Re: Infiitives "to come"

    Hi,
    It has been reduced from "in order to visit"; it's an infinitive of purpose

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