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Identify the infinitive phrase and the object of the infinitive in the sentence below. To do one's best is the ultimate goal. Infinitive phrase _____. Object of the infinitive _____.
"To DO" is the Infinitive Phrase."GOAL" IS THE SUBJECT
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User: Identify the infinitive phrase and the object of the infinitive in the sentence below. To do one's best is the ultimate goal. Infinitive phrase _____. Object of the infinitive _____.

Weegy: "To DO" is the Infinitive Phrase."GOAL" IS THE SUBJECT
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User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is. When you sit down to eat with guests, pay attention to your manners. Verbal ______. Kind _____.

Weegy: When you sit down to eat with guests, pay attention to your manners. Verbal "to eat" Kind infinitive.
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