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Identify the use of the infinitive phrase in the following sentence. Jose's alarm went off to announce the day had begun. noun adjective adverb
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User: Identify the use of the infinitive phrase in the following sentence. Jose's alarm went off to announce the day had begun. noun adjective adverb

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Jose's alarm went off to announce the day had begun.
The infinitive phrase "to announce the day had begun" functions as an ADVERB.
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