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Which answer correctly identifies the underlined words(to travel to the moon) in the sentence? To travel to the moon would be a great adventure. A. participle B. infinitive phrase C. participial phrase D. infinitive
To travel to the moon would be a great adventure. The answer which correctly identifies the underlined words (to travel to the moon) in the sentence is B. infinitive phrase.
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Dad told my brother to come home before midnight.
To come home before midnight is an INFITIVE PHRASE.


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Before the surgery started, Jeff was not permitted to eat.
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