Infinitive: A infinitive is a basic form of a verb and inflects a subject or tense and has to in front. Example: They were all waiting for me to go to the park. The underlined is the Infinitive phrase, " To go to the park. "
A gerund is a form of a verb, but functions as a noun and will end in -ing.
Yes, that is very right.
Mrs. Lars is this gerund correct. "Fighting will always get you in trouble."
Hey Sara, would you like to go too go to the park, later to hang out.
In Haley's speech bubble she uses the wrong to she use too insted of the correct one to. In Sara's speech bubble she uses the wrong by/buy, she needs to use by insteadof buy as if she was going to buy something from the store.
Yeah sure Haley, but can we go buy my house to get some things.
This students is what a Infinitive verb phrase is. Are there any questions now.
No it is not, The correct way would be this, " On the way to the store, she seen a dog and kitten.'
Is this the correct misplaced modifier. She say a dog and kitten on the way to the store.
Misplaced Modifiers Misplaced Modifiers is a phrase or clause that is placed in a sentence in the wrong way, that is modifying the wrong word. An example is: The torn students work book lay on the ground. INCORRECT The CORRECT way is: The students torn book lay on the ground.
Yes, that is right Marie.
So is this what a misplaced modifier is and what the correct and incorrect sentences.