I'm a little confused with this question about infinitives and infinitive phrases:
Choose the sentence that contains an infi. or an infi. phrase-
a.will you take the playbook back to coach?
b.Help me find your little sister's shoe please
c.to everyone at home, we sent our greetings from Canada.
d.Bookmark your favorite sites, and you can go back to them.
I'm confused between A, C, and D ..any help please? Thanks!
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