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In the sentence "I want to sleep when I'm tired," the words "to sleep" are a/an A. indirect object. B. infinitive phrase. C. prepositional phrase. D. predicate adjective.
In the sentence "I want to sleep when I'm tired," the words "to sleep" is an infinitive phrase.
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