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The following verbs only take the to-infinitive as their object.
When you start taking medicine it begins working on symptoms, like pain, right away, but that doesn't mean that the ulcer heals right away.
The verb 'help' takes to-infinitives and bare infinitives but bare infinitives are said to be the most common in casual text; as also used in this example sentence.
With verbs there are intransitive verbs that don't take an object, and transitive verbs that do take an object.
I'd just be able to give up better than if you were taken by some other woman.
I'd rather give up than have you taken by another woman
Ending up with being called a "measles exporting country" by the rest of the world, something that you could take as insult or truth.
A good newspaper reporter takes advantage of what he learns from any source, even the "little bird told him so" type of source.
I'll take care of my parents when they get old.
Yoko would not have taken chemistry unless she had needed it.
Please take off your hat.
Take lots of vitamin C to avoid catching cold.
My father never takes a long rest.
You must take off your hats in the presence of ladies.
It gone without saying, if you are tired, you should take a rest.
She took full responsibility for her actions.
She took down the speech in shorthand.
She always takes good care of her old father.
She took two weeks leave and visited China.
Take a seat over against her.

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