I have the following phrase, or something like it:
- That's for to learn grammar.
I guess it's a common kind of construction, if confusing / malformed. Could I read it as missing an elided e.g. name?
- That's for Pat to learn grammar.
But I especially wondered if "to learn" could be read as an infinitive (I don't think it is in the 1st interpretation?). I'm curious because I think it can make sense to replace "to learn" with an adjective:
- That's for easy grammar.
And "to learn" I think can be an infinitive adjectival phrase:
- The best way to learn is lots of questions.
More generally, are there well formed sentences which say "... for [infinitive]..."?