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In this sentence, why is used "be" instead of "is"? should you use the original form of this verb even if include other words between "to" and "be"?

"Something that you give or do in order to help something be successful."

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In this sentence, why is used "be" instead of "is"? should you use the original form of this verb even if include other words between "to" and "be"?

"Something that you give or do in order to help something be successful."
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