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Fill each blank with a suitable prepposition.

The simple infinitive (a) 'to' is still used, chiefly (b) auxiliary verbs, as (c) 'He will come," (d) "He is going to come.' We are so accustomed to thinking of 'to' (e) a part of the infinitive taht a prejudice has grown up (f) separating 'to' (g) the verb. There is no historical reason why 'to' should immediately precede the infinitive (h) which it is a sign, though it is naturally desireble that the two words should not be very far apart.
Although in Old English the infinitive was a noun. (i) course of time it has come to have some of the properties of a verb. The Old English infinitive could be used (j) either an active or a passive sense, and the active infinitive with passive meaning is found today in sentences such as 'I am to blame' and 'This house is to let.'

私は以下のように考えるのですが・・・・ 
a. of
b. with
c. ?
d. ?
e. as
f. in
g. from
h. in
i. in
j. in
こんなにinが多すぎるわけはないと思うのです。
英文法に詳しい方、よろしくおねがいします。

A 回答 (1件)

(a) The simple infinitive without 'to' is still used,  ★ simple infinitive は to のない不定詞のことではないでしょうか?


(b) chiefly after auxiliary verbs,            ★ with の方が正解かもしれません。
(c) as in 'He will come,"
(d) for "He is going to come.'
(e) thinking of 'to' as a part of the infinitive     ★ e, g, i, j については、ryoutarou さんと同意見です。
(f, g) a prejudice has grown up against separating 'to' from the verb.
(h) why 'to' should immediately precede the infinitive for which it is a sign,
(i) in course of time
(j) used in either an active or a passive sense,
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