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The ____ sets up the separation between church and state.
The establishment clause sets up the separation between church and state.
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To see an eagle soar in the air is an incredible sight. a. participle b. gerund c. infinitive
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To see an eagle soar in the air is an incredible sight. To see is an INFINITIVE.
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To see an eagle soar in the air is an incredible sight. The verb "to see" is infinitive.
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