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The infinitive is often used after is, am, are, was and were to indicate an agreement or arrangement, to ascertain the wishes or orders of someone else, to express a complaint, protest etc.
Be + to-infinitive is also used as a mild form of command.
Subject + verb + object + infinitive
After certain verbs like bid, watch, see, let, make and hear, infinitives are used without to.
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