The infinitive of a verb is the basic form, for example ‘do’, ‘be’, ‘take’, and ‘eat‘. This form is called the zero infinitive. The infinitive is often used with ‘to’ in front of it. To +infinitive is called ‘to-infinitive’. When you read about verbs , or a teacher explains to you about verbs , they will often say the verb with preposition ‘to’. This is done  because there are many verbs that have the same forms as…