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Homework Help: grammar

Posted by not good at grammar on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 7:04pm.

I am supposed to find the infinitive phrases in sentences, then name them as subjects, direct objects, predicate nominatives, object of a prepositions, or appositives. thing is, i can barely remember what all of these mean, and whether infinitive phrases relate to them or not. here's one of the sentences:

My brother had no plans except
the infinitive phrase (i think) is "to visit the Holy Land." but i have no idea what type it is. its not the subject, but is is a preposition? or an appositive? i cant remember.

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