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Like + gerund
Like + gerund We often use gerunds after the verbs:love, like, don’t mind, dislike, don’t like, hate, enjoy and prefer.
Like + gerund We use the base form of the verb + -ing to form gerunds.
Like + gerund I dislike reading books. She doesn’t mind helping me.He loves going to the cinema. Do you like travelling?Yes, I do. They hate playing games.
Like + gerund gustar like
Like + gerund no gustar don’t like
Like + gerund no gustar dislike
Like + gerund gustar muchísimo love
Like + gerund odiar hate
Like + gerund preferir prefer
Like + gerund difrutar enjoy
Like + gerund no importar don’t mind
Like + gerund Tony likes dancing.
You love eating ice-creams.Like + gerund You love eating ice-creams.
Like + gerund She hates reading.
We dislike playing football.Like + gerund We dislike playing football.
I prefer watching a film.Like + gerund I prefer watching a film.
He doesn’t mind cooking.Like + gerund He doesn’t mind cooking.
I don’t like playing the guitar.Like + gerund I don’t like playing the guitar.
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