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Q: identify the complete infinitive phrase use. David worked to help his team. noun, adverb, adjective
A: David worked to help his team. Infinitive Phrase: To help his team; Use: Adverb.
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User: identify the complete infinitive phrase use. David worked to help his team. noun, adverb, adjective

Weegy: David worked to help his team. Infinitive Phrase: To help his team; Use: Adverb.


User: Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. He learned to appreciate Bach at an early age.

Weegy: The complete infinitive phrase is "to appreciate Bach at an early age." It is being used as a noun, because it is the direct object of the verb "learned."
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User: Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. To appear calm in all situations seems impossible.

Weegy: To appear calm in all situations seems impossible. Infinitive Phrase: To appear calm in all situations; Use: Noun.
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User: Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. Tom and Tim decided to spend the afternoon tobogganing.

Weegy: Tom and Tim decided to spend the afternoon tobogganing. infinitive phrase: to spend the afternoon tobogganing. Use: Noun
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User: Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. Andrew plays to win in any game he plays.

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Updated 6/24/2014 5:13:01 PM
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Locate the complete gerund phrase and identify the gerunds use. We avoided the holiday crowd by shopping early.
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We avoided the holiday crowd by shopping early.
Gerund phrase: shopping early; used as object of a preposition.
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