As we pointed out in Chapter 8, it is not only a property of Geg, but also of Albanian (and in general of the so-called ‘Balkan’ languages) that it lacks a morphological infinitive, and that therefore other verb forms will be found in contexts where the Romance languages have a morphological infinitive. In Geg dialects the relevant form is the paskajore, studied in Chapter 8; in Tosk dialects, including both the standard and the Arbëresh varieties considered in Chapter 7, the relevant form is a finite verb preceded by a particle te (të in the standard spelling). This element is generally described as a subjunctive particle, since combined with a finite verb it also covers the distribution of the morphological subjunctive in Romance (or Germanic) languages. The construct as a whole is then referred to as the subjunctive and the phenomenon that we are more directly interested in is often described as subjunctive-for-infinitive.