字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi, everyone. Welcome back to English In A Minute. I'm James and today we're going to talk about three different uses of the infinitive with 'to'. We can use an infinitive with 'to' after an adjective.'It's easy to learn English with the BBC.' Another way to use the infinitive with 'to' is to talk about the purpose, or the reason, for something. For example: 'I went to the shops to buy some milk.' So, in this example I'm saying that the reason I went to the shop was to buy milk. Finally, use the infinitive with 'to' after quantifiers. The structure for this is: quantifier + noun + infinitive with 'to'. For example: 'I have too many emails to send.' Or: 'There isn't enough time to get to the station.' Join us on social media to learn more English. We're always happy to help!