In the English language, a split infinitive or cleft infinitive is a grammatical
construction in which a word or phrase comes between the to and the bare
infinitive of ...
Feb 6, 2015 ... Learn whether splitting the infinitive is against the rules or whether you're allowed
to boldly split at will.
Contrary to what some grammarians say, there is no rule against using split
infinitives in English. One might use them with care, but splitting an infinitive is ...
Oct 20, 2008 ... Most of us were taught (if we were taught grammar at all) never to split infinitives,
but writers have been splitting them anyway--even long before ...
People have been splitting infinitives for centuries, especially in spoken English,
and avoiding a split infinitive can sound clumsy. It can also change the ...
The so-called split infinitive is a construction in which one or more words come
between "to" and the verb. And there's nothing wrong with it.
By 'split infinitive' people mean the construction illustrated in to really succeed,
where an adjunct (really) comes between the infinitival marker to and the plain ...
As their motto proves, the crew of the USS Enterprise split their infinitives along
with their atoms. The motto should read: “To Go Boldly …” They're not alone.
Jul 11, 2012 ... No other grammatical issue has so divided the nation (Robert Burchfield) When I
split an infinitive, God damn it, I split it so it will stay split ...
Split infinitive definition, an expression in which there is a word or phrase,
especially an adverb or adverbial phrase, between to and its accompanying verb