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Q: Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below. To speak clearly is essential to being understood. Infinitive phrase: Being used as a(n) _______.
A: Identify the infinitive phrase and its use in the sentence below. To speak clearly is essential to being understood. Infinitive phrase: To speak clearly.Use: Subject.
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Identify the infinitive phrase and its use in the sentence below. To speak clearly is essential to being understood. Infinitive phrase: To speak clearly.Use: Subject.
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