You can use his or her experiences to guide you to make the best decisions in your life.

In this sentence, I wonder what part of speech "to make the best decisions in your life" is.

Is it NP? or AdvP?

and which one is the object in the sentence?

  • It's a to-infinitival clause functioning as complement of "guide. There are three objects altogether in the sentence: "his or her experience", "you" and "the best decisions in your life". – BillJ Jan 4 '18 at 9:51
  • @BillJ Thanks for your comment. It really helps me to understand the structure of the sentence:) – hard learner Feb 7 '18 at 13:14

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