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A split infinitive is an infinitive that A. has a word between "to" and the verb. B. is used without the word "to." C. must have a subject. D. is used as an adjective or a noun.
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User: A split infinitive is an infinitive that A. has a word between "to" and the verb. B. is used without the word "to." C. must have a subject. D. is used as an adjective or a noun.

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A split infinitive is an infinitive that has a word between "to" and the verb.
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