The infinitive form is one of the conjugations of verbs in Cebuano, Binisaya, Bisaya or Visayan. It is basically easy to use because it is used as it is. The infinitive form is very simply:
To + verb root. In English, here are some infinitives.
In Visayan or Cebuano, these are:
to eat = mokaon
to sleep = matulog
to smile = mopahiyom
to write = mosulat
to wash = maghugas
to shower = mag-shower
to break = magbali
to drive = mag-drive
How do we use the infinitive form? Let's take for example the infinitive form 'mokaon' which means 'to eat' in English.
Here are some examples in using the infinitive 'to eat':
English: I like to eat fruits for snack.
Binisaya: Ganahan ko mokaon og prutas para sa miryinda.
English: I want to eat chicken later.
Binisaya: Gusto ko mokaon og manok unya.
English: It is difficult to eat shrimps.
Binisaya: Lisod mokaon og mga pasayan.
English: We need to eat vegetables.
Binisaya: Kinahanglan kita mokaon og mga utan.
English: We should eat vegetables.
Bisaya: Angay kita mokaon og mga utan.
English: You may eat roasted pig later.
Bisaya: Puydi ka mokaon og litson unya.
It is enjoyable to eat - In Visayan, this would be:
Basically, the usage of infinitive form in Visayan is similar to English.