verbs follow to infinitive

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verbs +to infinitive (a...b)
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afford, agree, arrange, ask, appear, beg
I can't afford to buy a house. We agreed to go there together. They arranged to have dinner tomorrow. She asked him to drive her home. She appears to like the man, which I find incredible. He begged her to stay
verbs +to infinitive (c...d)
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choose, claim, decide, demand, deserve
I chose to move to Warsaw. He claims to have met the president, but I don't believe him. In the end, we decided to go to the theatre. I demand to see the manager. They certainly deserved to win that game.
verbs +to infinitive (e...h)
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expect, fail, forget, hope, hurry
He didn't expect to see me. She failed to reach the Wimbledon Final this year. Don't forget to lock the door. They hope to visit us next year. They hope to visit us next year. She hurried to answer the phone.
verbs +to infinitive (i...m)
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intend, learn, manage, mean (intend)
We intend to go to Australia next year. I'm learning to play the piano. I only just managed to finish on time. I never meant to offend you!
We intend to go to Australia next year. I'm learning to play the piano. I only just managed to finish on time. I never meant to offend you!
verbs +to infinitive (o...p)
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offer, plan, pretend, promise
My father offered to take us to the airport I'm not planning to stay here much longer. Were you just pretending to be interested? He promised faithfully to call me every week.
verbs +to infinitive (r...w)
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refuse, seem, tend, threaten, want
On cold mornings the car always refuses to start They seem to have plenty of money. We tend to get cold winters and warm, dry summers They threatened to kill him What do you want to eat?

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