English - Parts of Speech

In the sentence "He is projected to win," what part of speech is "to win"? I'm having trouble deciding between noun, adjective, or adverb...

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he is going to win adverd 6th grade.

I don't know how to do this can you help me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

how do i figure out parts of speechs for my words?


As a part of speech, the infinitive, "to win," is a verb.

However, infinitives function as other parts of a sentence. In this sentence, "to win" functions as the direct object of the verb "is projected." Therefore, "to win" is a noun in this sentence.

To sum up:
TO WIN -- part of speech = verb
TO WIN -- sentence part = direct object/noun

Thank you, Ms. Sue!

This famous man was a traveler,a writer,and a fascinating person

what is collictive noun?

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  1. wat are the parts of speech and there definitions and nees this like ASAP

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  2. I think that it's a prepositional phrase.

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  3. part of speech for the word ran quickly

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  4. it is


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