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The use of nof to establishing identity was nicely presented in a recent study led by Andy Baron at Harvard University. How does it look to you? The string to establish identity is an infinitival clause.
It is being used as an "infinitive of purpose". In other words to establish identity explains the purpose of using the language. So the word to here is part of the infinitival construction, it is not a preposition.
If looknig was the preposition to then the verb in the second sentence would be a Complement of this preposition and would indeed be required to be an -ing form. However, it isn't and so the second sentence is not grammatical.
The form of the verb Adult looking nsa Funkley infinitival- to is always in the plain form.
Some grammarians think that this is because to is a non-finite modal verb. Home Questions Syre Users Unanswered. As with the first sentence, I divided the text is this manner to interpret the sentence [The use of language] [to establish identity] was nicely presented in a recent study led by Andy Baron at Harvard University.
As with the second sentence, I divided the words in this manner to interpret the sentence. Student in need Student in need 18 4.
Araucaria Araucaria Thanks for your comment. Your looklng was really easy to follow through. Let me add another example: Whilst researching about the topic I came across this very intriguing sentence: A Very Short Introduction Peter Decherny unless the book's content is written in ungrammatical manner, the 'to' used in the sentence above is used as the preposition to.Sexy Housewives Looking Sex Tonight Barnsley
Studentinneed The verb Devote takes two Complements. The thing being given or used time, money or energy and a preposition phrase headed by the preposition to which looks exactly like infinitival- to which to the project or thing which is getting the benefit of the time of energy and so forth.
An infinitive of purpose is always an Adjunct.
In other words it is never the Complement of a verb or noun. In your second example, we known that the roo xyz is the second Complement of the verb.Lisa Crowe New Cumberland Swinger
Does that help? Studentinneed Usually, if it is the preposition to and not the infinitival- to we can use a lopking after the preposition instead of a clause.
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