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Q: Identify the type of verbal used in the following sentence. To make it to the end of the day is always my goal at school. is it infinitive, participle, gerund, infinitive phrase, participial
phrase, or gerund phrase
A: celebrating the end (of World War II) = 3.gerund
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User: Identify the type of verbal used in the following sentence. To make it to the end of the day is always my goal at school. is it infinitive, participle, gerund, infinitive phrase, participial phrase, or gerund phrase

Weegy: celebrating the end (of World War II) = 3.gerund
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User: Select all the sentences that have an infinitive. joy likes to be in the center of attention. I never like to leave. To die is a fear of many people. To leave after the final bell is the best feeling on the last day of school. To keep a positive attitude is the best thing to do when you are under stress. My sister has never met a ball she doesn't like to throw.

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