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Why infinitive isn't used instead of "Contribute to + gerund"?

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Using "-ed" as simple present tense

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"Is" is not auxiliary verb. But why?

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Phrasal verbs with "on, off, up, etc."

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Using "dangling preposition "

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Is "my eyes are closed" passive voice?

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Passive voice with both transitive and intransitive verb

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I can't distinguish words while listening to someone

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"was applied not to" or "wasn't applied to"?

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"in as many weeks" and "as" meaning

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How many "have" forms are there in English? [closed]

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Is there any reduced clause in "I'm not the person helped"?

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Difference between two sentence and meaning of "why it was that"

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Causative without "make or get"?

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Using infinitive instead of gerund?

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What does a gerund mean following comma?

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What if using "to" instead of "get"?

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What is the difference between had to and had to be?

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Referring to purpose with gerund

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"be embroiled" or "get embroiled". What kind of passives are these?

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What does "x is hiring made easy" mean?

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Can "of + gerund" be used to mean "because" or "due to"?

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What is the word could be used instead of "have"?

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If meaning of a word able to vary by sentence, what does it mean by alone?

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Differences between these two passive voice sentences

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"To" or "that" after passive construction?

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What does the "to" in "to spot" mean

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Usage of "getting" in causative sentences

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"Should" at beginning of the sentence but not question

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What does "to have" mean in perfect infinitive?