Non-finite Form of The Verb 



Non-finite Form of The Verb :



Infinitives are forms of the verb not limited by time. They have no tense or mood. Often (but not always) the infinitive is preceded by to…

I like to take showers.

The Present Infinitive refers to the present or future.

The Present Active Infinitive is identical to the basic form of the verb.

The Present Passive Infinitive is a compound form composed of be and the past participle.

The Perfect Infinitive relates to an activity or state existing prior to the main verb.

The Past Active Infinitive is a compound form composed of have and the past participle.

The Past Passive Infinitive is a compound form composed of have been and the past participle.

RELATED PAGES :

  1. The Verb
  2. The Auxiliary Verbs
  3. Subject-Verb Agreement - 1
  4. Subject-Verb Agreement - 2
  5. The English Verb
  6. Basic Form of The Verb
  7. Principal Parts of A Verb
  8. Non-finite Form of The Verb
  9. The Intensive Forms of English Verbs
  10. Verbal Idioms
  11. Confusing Verbs
  12. Agreement of The Verb with The Subject
  13. Sentences with Agreement of The Verb with The Subject
  14. Two Auxiliaries with One Principal Verb
  15. One Auxiliary with Two Principal Verbs
  16. Words Used as Verbs
  17. Intransitive Verb of Complete Predication
  18. Intransitive Verb of Incomplete Predication
  19. Defective Verbs
  20. Strong Verbs
  21. Tests of A Strong Verb
  22. Wholly Strong Strong Verbs
  23. Partly Strong Strong Verbs
  24. List of Strong Verbs
  25. Weak Verbs
  26. Tests of A Weak Verb
  27. List of Weak Verbs
  28. Mixed Verbs
  29. Strong Verbs Becoming Partly Weak Verbs


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