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Which sentence uses an infinitive as an adjective?
A) To become an engineer has always been a dream of mine.
B) Sally tried to play the guitar, but she became a singer instead.
C) Fred was a serious soccer player and was determined to win each game.
D) The best way to learn to make biscuits is to talk to my mom.

b

  • ELA -

    No. If it were a direct object, you should know which noun or pronoun it modifies.

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    It's c

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