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1.   We let him stay. ( Not, to stay )
     
2.   I made him confess that he stole the book. ( Not, to confess )
     
3.   We made him admit that he was wrong. ( Not, to admit )
     
4.   You had better go now. ( Not, to go )
     
5.   You had better mind your own business. ( Not, to mind )
     
6.   You had better take his advice. ( Not, to take )
     
7.   I had rather sleep than read. ( Not, to sleep, to read )
     
8.   We had rather play than work. ( Not, to play, to work )
     
9.   I had as soon walk as ride. ( Not, to walk, to ride )
     
10.   I have no friends to play with. ( Not, to play )
 
   

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