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Infinitive in SC

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Can anybody explain , what is an infinitive in SC and what is its right usage ?

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New post 14 Feb 2006, 11:11
Hello Nisha,

"to" usage before verb indicates infinitive usage. There are common patterns that you can see over GMAT SC.

One of the common patterns is,
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There are couple of SCs in OG, with very good explanation of infinitive.

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