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Using infinitives like comer

No confundir el "infinitivo" (Forma no personal del verbo que expresa una idea verbal de forma abstracta, sin concretar las variaciones gramaticales de voz, modo, tiempo, aspecto, número y ...
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When do I need to use "para" before an infinitive vs. just using the infinitive?

In English, a "to"-infinitive can be used, among other functions, (1) to introduce the subject of the sentence or (2) to introduce an adverbial of purpose. In the sentence proposed: It's ...
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When do I need to use "para" before an infinitive vs. just using the infinitive?

The correct answer is Es horrible oír eso. In English you have always to in infinitive, but in Spanish you just use the verb in its basic form, ending in ar, er or ir (without para or anything else). ...
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