- Types Of Speech
- You can use infinitive as a article, noun or as a adjective satellite in a sentence.
- About Infinitive
- A 4 syllables article and 10 letters with the letters e, f, i, n, t, and v, 5 consonants, 5 vowels and 4 syllables with the middle letters ni. Infinitive starts with and ends with a vowel with the starting letters i, in, inf, infi, infin, and the ending characters are e, ve, ive, tive, itive, ..
- The uninflected form of the verb
- Middle French
- Pig Latin
- Infinitive in Pig Latin is said as "infinitiveay or infinitiveway".
- i | n | f | i | n | i | t | i | v | e
- in | nf | fi | in | ni | it | ti | iv | ve
- inf | nfi | fin | ini | nit | iti | tiv | ive
- infi | nfin | fini | init | niti | itiv | tive
- Word Gram
- Noun Examples
- the uninflected form of the verb
- Adjective Satellite Examples
- not having inflections to indicate tense
- Article Examples
- formed with the infinitive;
"an infinitive phrase"
|Infinitive||the uninflected form of the verb|
View English words with the unique letters used in infinitive. Words With The Letters Efintv
|Verb||a word that serves as the predicate of a sentence|
Infinitive Is In These Word Lists
- Starts With I
- Ends With E
- Spelled With / Contains Letters