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Which words in the sentence make up the infinitive? Before the surgery started, Jeff was not permitted to eat. A. was not permitted B. permitted to eat C. before the surgery started D. to eat
Before the surgery started, Jeff was not permitted to eat. The infinitive is: to eat.
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Before the surgery started, Jeff was not permitted to eat.
The infinitive is: to eat.
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