English Grammar

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base verb
basic verb
base from of the verb
the dictionary form
root verb
verb root
root of the verb
bare infinitive
infinitive without the 'to'
Are they all the same? Are there any words which are not correct?
What is the definition of the base from of the verb?

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    base verb, verb root, root of the verb, infinitive without the to.... are the terms most easily understood and most often used.

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