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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of infinitives

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of infinitives:

Derived Form of infinitives

root word: infinitive
plural: infinitives
root word: infinitive
Noun: infinitive
the uninflected form of the verb
Type ofverbs,
Typessplit infinitive*,
See alsoinfinitival,

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  1. all examples of infinitives. Now, despite the fact that infinitives refer to actions,
  2. infinitives, there are many adjectives that are followed by infinitives, there are many
  3. by Infinitives, watch my lesson on the functions and uses of infinitives which are linked to
  4. Split infinitives: despite whatever your high school English teacher may have taught you split infinitives are very common and normal in English.
  5. They split our infinitives, our infinitives right here, in our own country, and they were
  6. They split our infinitives, our infinitives right here, in our own country, and they were
  7. extensive list of common verbs followed by gerunds and followed by infinitives, you can
  8. form, okay? So remember, use infinitives if you're using a continuous form of start
  9. with infinitives. So today, we're going to look at a common grammatical pattern that
  10. we can use with too and enough and how to follow those with infinitives. And remember,
  11. common pattern with too when you want to talk about -- and you want to use infinitives.
  12. which are only followed by gerunds, some verbs which are only followed by infinitives. So
  13. use infinitives. To refresh our memory, an infinitive in English is to plus the base
  14. use infinitives in English.
  15. So here, we have -- infinitives can be subjects. They can be the subject of a sentence. This
  16. And again, these are infinitives. And this is a very formal structure. So in speaking,
  17. we don't often use infinitives as subjects, but I want you to know that it is possible.
  18. However, in speech, when we use infinitives in this kind of context, we usually put them
  19. Second of all, infinitives can be objects. So for example, I want to help you. Here,
  20. Here, No. 3, infinitives can be subject complements. Now, a complement is basically something