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Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below. Mr. Hutton asked me to erase the boards. Infinitive phrase: Subject of the infinitive :
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[object Object]User: Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below. Mr. Hutton asked me to erase the boards. Infinitive phrase: Subject of the infinitive :

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User: Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below. Mr. Hutton asked me to erase the boards. Infinitive phrase: Subject of the infinitive :

Weegy: to erase is the infinitive phrase and the subject is Mr. Hutton
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