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Infinitive In grammar, the infinitive is the form of a verb that ... mood or tense. It is called the "infinitive" because the verb is usually not made ... however, there are inflected forms of the infinitive denoting attributes such as tense, person and ... and Modern Greek. In some languages the infinitive can be construed as a verbal ...
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Infinitive   (translated from Japanese)
Infinitive Infinitive(The ふ て it does to be,Infinitive) With, European language Verb Application shape as ... single number and plural etc. you call infinitive from the fact that it does not ... Verb Uses with only original formOriginal form infinitive(Bare infinitive,Root infinitive) It is. ...
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Infinitive   (translated from German)
Infinitive Infinitive latin name for the ungebeugte so-called ... is one Verbs . This definition of the infinitive as "basic form" is however sprachwissenschaftlich seen ... instance that NewGreek, has for example no infinitive; Arabisch uses for the derivative of the ... it wrote - it writes". The most frequent infinitive form is in most cases the ...
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Infinitive   (translated from French)
Infinitive This article is one outline to supplement ... can share your knowledge by modifying it. infinitive is the form not combined of one verb . French infinitive The verbs with infinitive are classified into 3 groups : ßt group ... to go, to make, to say). English infinitive The preposition to east is used ...
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Infinitive   (translated from Dutch)
Infinitive infinitive or indefinite indicate is werkwoordsvorm that not ... persoon or number . Especially in the education infinitive also "the complete verb" is called. In Dutch infinitive is formed to tribe the termination - and ... add: to bend, does be, letter, work, Infinitive is generally used in combination with ...
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Infinitive   (translated from Russian)
Infinitive Infiniti?v (from lat. , "not determined") - the ... indeterminate form the verb. In russkom language infinitive can enter into the composition of the ...
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Infinitive   (translated from Chinese)
Infinitive Infinitive is translating 。At present has translated 5 ... quantity, tense form. It is called the infinitive, is because the verb was not defined ... wronged folds the change to limit. The infinitive belongsNon- predicate verb. However in some languages, there are inflected forms of the infinitive denoting attributes such as tense, person ...
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Infinitive   (translated from Portuguese)
Infinitive In gramática , infinitive it is the form with which one ...
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Split infinitive
Split infinitive A split infinitive is a grammatical construction in the English ... between the marker to and the bare infinitive (uninflected) form of the verb. The construction ... adverb boldly between the parts of the infinitive, to and go, creates a split infinitive. The construction can often be avoided ...
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Talk:Infinitive Since when are "may" and "might" considered ... just a moment ago. ("dare" is the infinitive) Need you be so offensive? ("need" is the infinitive) Agreed and changed -Wikibob | Talk 01:09, 2004 Sep 28 (UTC) Infinitive with may and might I'm not ... following may and might are classified as "infinitive", unless we mean "uninflected". If that' ...
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