Language Arts: Infinitives - Lessons
Type the infinitive phrases that are functioning as subjects and subject complements in the spaces provided.
Type the infinitives that are functioning as adjectives in the spaces provided.
Type the infinitives and infinitive phrases that are functioning as direct objects in the spaces provided.
1. He has many songs to play.
2. Mary found a cake to bake.
3. John had clothes to wash.
4. Sara has a paper to write.
5. Lara brought apple juice to drink.
1. He likes to jog.
2. Marge wanted to star on Broadway.
3. She had hoped to find her shoe.
4. Dave tried to fix the radio.
5. Anna remembered to exercise.
Type the infinitives phrases that are functioning as adverbs in the spaces provided.
1. We must search to find the treasure.
2. He slept longer to get more rest.
3. Bob must work to earn money.
4. Jan studied hard to pass her exam.
5. The squirrel climbed higher to see the people.
To wash hands is a good practice before eating.
Her goal is to sing on Broadway.
To write spy novels requires creativity.
His dream was to fly in a hot air balloon over the Grand
To hear the band play was the highlight of the game.
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