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UNIT 65. LEAVING OUT

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UNIT 65. LEAVING OUT
TO-INFINITIVES

TO instead of TO INF
Sometimes we use
to
instead of a clause beginning with
to infinitive

when it is clear from the context
what we are talking about

VERBS
We can also leave out a
to-infinitive
or use
to
with verbs such as...
VERBS
with to
After verbs which must have a complement
want
and
would like
NEGATIVE FORMS OF want,would like
and
like
She
proceeds to object
the unreality of conspiracy theory and she
persuades
the others
to
.

HOWEVER
Be in the previous sentence or clause the
to infinitive
form of
be
is repeated in the next clause or sentence.
am is are
Jobs in the fact-checking department at the magazine
are
the desirable path to high-level editorial jobs.
Jobs in the fact-checking department at the magazine
seems to be
.
NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES
NOUNS
I am not sure about staying at home with him
ADJECTIVES
I wish I will win the lottery. I feel that I am
lucky
to
After most
nouns and adjectives
that
can be followed by a to-infinitive

clause
, we
can leave out
the to infinitive clause or use to.
plan
chance
idea
opportunity
Promise
suggestion
afraid
delighted
determined
At the end I made a
decision
to
agree
ask
begin
forget
promise
refuse
start
try
+ to
- to inf

For example,
He promised to give us the original manuscript. However, he
forgot to.
or
he
forgot.
with to and without to
we can not leave out to
we can not leave out to
afford
mean
intend
advise
be able
choose
deserve
expect
fail
hate
hope
love
need
prefer
such as;
He asked whether I purchased the brand productions. I said yes, I
afford to
.
After
WANT and WOULD LIKE in
if-clauses and wh-clauses
we can often leave out a
to-infinitive
or use
to
.
Choose anything
if
you
would like (to)
(to)
In other clauses
with
if-clauses and wh-clauses
want
and
would like
we include
'TO'
not
if-clauses
and
wh-clauses

I have been waiting
to meet with you
, and I
would
still
like

to
.
Would like and Like
if-clauses and wh-clauses
we
usually

leave out

to
after like
Choose whatever you'd like to
Choose whatever you like
in other clauses and also
if-clauses / wh-clauses
we include
Ohh God! At the end we will graduate the students
We don't actually want
to
We don't actually want
to
We don't actually want
to
We don't actually want
to
We don't actually want
to
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