Infinitive

The infinitve is “to” plus “verb”:

to eat
to swim
to speak

I have to go now.
I don’t want you to go.
But I have to go.
I have to go to work.
Why do you have to go to work?
I have to earn some money.
Why do you have to earn some money?
I have to earn some money to feed my family.

What do you want to do today?
I want to go shopping?
Where do you want to go?
I want to go to the market.
What do you want to get?
I want to get some tomatoes and some onions.
Do you want to get some fruit?
No, I don’t want to get any fruit.


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3 Responses to “Infinitive”

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  1. Jolyannie says:

    I finish….. Att: Jolyannie

  2. Aimal says:

    Happy New Year
    Today i want to go to my home; my home is in Jalabad city, I need to stay in New Year holiday with my family, because every week I am working in Kabul five day at the weekend, so this is the best chance for me to be with my family three day

  3. ziba says:

    Happy new year
    Today I want to go to my poem class. my class is in the park.I need to go to the market to get some vegtables and fruits so I have to go to market after my class.

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