Freestyle question: ~ why do people put the preposition "to" at the end of some sentences like these:
i'd love toI want to
I wanted to
I don't have to
explain it to me please
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Es la primera mitad de un verbo infinitivo transitivo que es sobreentiendo en el contexto de la conversación. En ingles, cada verbo infinitivo empieza con "to".

A: Do you want to go to the movies?
B: I'd love to [go to the movies].
A: Who wants to try some cake?
B: I want to [try it].
A: When you were little, did you want to become an astronaut?
B: Yes, I wanted to [become that].
A: Don't you need to go to school today?
B: No, I don't have to [go there].
Answered 3 years ago  •  by
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