ESSAY ASSESSMENT REFRESHER QUIZ – August

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Preposition (to) vs Infinitives (Conjugation)

A. We categorize ‘to’ under Preposition when:

  • adding ‘to’ before a noun;
  • replacing a word with the preposition ‘to’;
  • we need to omit it (when omitting ‘to’ alone, even if it’s before a verb, it should still be under Preposition)

EXAMPLES:

  1. My friends and I will go park and have picnic.
    park : to the park
  2. Ella was thinking of to cooking spaghetti for lunch.
    to: [OMIT]

B. We categorize ‘to’ under Conjugation when:

  • it is used as an infinitive:
    [adding ‘to’ before a verb]

EXAMPLES:

  1. I like play with my cousins.
    play: to play
  2. His brother wants go swimming this afternoon.
    go: to go

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