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Can you also check these type of infinitive phrases? Thanks

1.To have a balanced diet, keep the food triangle in mind. noun
2. To get good food at that place is impossible.noun
3.Brenda went to that popular, crowded cafe simply to see her friends.adv
4.We listened to Rosalie's suggestion to disguise the leftovers.noun
5.Avoiding,leafy vegetables is guaranteed to ruin your health. adv

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    #1. Look at the main clause:

    keep the food triangle in mind.
    why? to have a balanced diet.
    Looks like an adverb to me.

    The others look ok. (except for the bogus comma in #5)

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