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What type of infinitive phrases are shown below (noun, adverb or adjective)
1.George wants to take Lea out tonight.
2.Would you like to read this detective novel?
3. Fifty years ago,people didn't know to avoid "bad"cholesterol.
4.My grandmother taught me to make lentil soup?
5.Everyone plans to bring a potluck dish to the party.

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