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to leave is a noun, adverb or adjective
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User: what does infinitive mean?

User: to leave is a noun, adverb or adjective

Weegy: adjective
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User: to forget about the matter is noun, adjective or adverb

Weegy: adjective
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User: Identify the appositive phrase. I turned the minutes over to Grady, the new secretary of the club.

Weegy: "the new secretary the new secretary of the club" is the appositive phrase in this sentence.
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User: Recognizing an author's organization of ideas often makes comprehension easier. True or False

Weegy: True
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User: Newspaper articles tell who, what, when, where, and why in the _____. headline first sentence conclusion or summation

Weegy: First sentence usually.
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An infinitive will almost always begin with to followed by the simple form of the verb.
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