I’m on board with using the infinitive forms of verbs (to see, etc.), which is the traditional dictionary form in most languages (weird English, requiring two words to do what most languages do with one). No problem there.
But I hope you do get a chance to go through and clean these all up so that you’re CONSISTENT all the way through! Repeatedly I’ve been told that I’m wrong when I USE the infinitive, other times that I’m wrong when I DON’T, and literally no way to know what will be expected before getting it wrong. And don’t worry, I’m not talking about the ambiguous ones which could be either noun or verb; it happens repeatedly even when a word ONLY is a verb in English.
It’s slow enough poking along through the levels at the top allowable speed, so it can be frustrating to be set back by an incorrectly-rejected answer. Consistency is all I ask.