que before an infinitive??

Does anyone know when to use ‘que’ before an infinitive? I have often seen the following types of phrases: – I have something to do – do you have something to say? – there was nothing to eat – there is no movie to watch Why use that here? It doesn’t make sense to me. Can’t it be removed in all these cases? I’ve also seen I want something to eat. Update: The article here gives an explanation: https://spanish.kwiziq.com/revision/grammar/spanish-relative-clauses-using-the-infinitive Also the comments on this article give an explanation: https://spanish. kwiziq.com/revision/grammar/difference- between-que-and-que-with-and-without-an-accent Also, for an example with context, see this bbc mundo article which contains the following text. https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-america-latina-62923686 In August, an 11-year-old boy in the Belo Horizonte metropolitan region called an emergency police line to report that there was “nothing” eat at home, after seeing his mother desperate due to the lack of food for her children.

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