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Looking forward to doingVerb patterns Want/hope to do Enjoy/like doing Looking forward to doing ´d like to do
Verb + -ing Enjoy Like Love Hate Mind Can‘t stand/bear Detest AvoidDeny Go on/Carry on Keep (on) Postpone Give up Finish Suggest (!) Consider (!) doing
Verb + -ing or TO + infinitive (meaning is the same)Prefer Start Begin Continue doing to do
Verb + -ing or TO + infinitive (meaning is different)Stop Remember Regret Forget Try doing (talking about the past) to do (talking about the future)
Verb + TO + -ing Look forward to Be used to Get used to doing
Verb + TO + infinitive to go to work Want Plan Decide Try Hope ExpectOffer Forget Need Promise Refuse Learn Choose Manage Help Would like Would love Would hate Would prefer to go to work
Verb + sb. + TO +infinitiveAsk Tell Advise Expect Persuade Teach Remind Force Order Warn somebody to do
Verb + sb. + infinitive without TOLet Make See Hear Help somebody do
Modal auxiliary verbs Can Could Shall Should Will Would May Might do
gerund or infinitive Use the gerund (verb+ ing): after prepositions
GERUND OR INFINITIVE.
Reported Speech and Reporting verbs
INFINITIVES AND –ING FORMS
Infinitives are formed with TO : to walk, to talk, to think, to listen Here is a brief review of the differences between gerunds and infinitives. Gerunds.
Teacher Silvino Sieben 3rd year HS
GENERAL USE OF GERUNDS and INFINITIVES (grammar book unit 12) After certain verbs and expressions: admit, avoid, can’t help, can’t stand, carry on, deny,
Gerunds and Infinitives. A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding "-ing." You can use a gerund as the subject, the complement, or the object of.
How to choose the right one.... Gerund or Infinitive ?
INFINITIVE VS. GERUND VERB PATTERNS 1.
020. Verb Lists: Infinitives and Gerunds Verbs Followed by an Infinitive She agreed to speak before the game. agree aim appear arrange ask attempt be.
Reporting verbs (unit 9 grammar book) Structures after reporting verbs.
GERUND or INFINITIVE 2nd of BACHILLERATO.
The true story. I like diving. I want to go to England. She hopes to pass this exam. My brother started crying.
Infinitive With to After some adjectives: Afraid, glad, sorry, happy, amazed, hard…. F.ex. Mary was happy to hear her friend was out of danger. After.
INFINITIVE vs. –ING forms
Verbs - Gerund or Infinitive. Gerunds and infinitives are forms of verbs that act like nouns. They can follow adjectives and other verbs. Gerunds can.
--In a sentence, if a verb is used after the main verb, it can be in 3
Dancing is fun. Gerunds used as objects He enjoys working with children.
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