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Which term correctly identifies the underlined words in the sentence? When books have tiny print, the words are difficult "to read". A. infinitive phrase B. participial phrase C. participle D. infinitive
When books have tiny print, the words are difficult "to read". To read is an INFINITIVE.
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When books have tiny print, the words are difficult "to read".
To read is an INFINITIVE.
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