What’s a gerund and what’s an infinitive?He suggested going to the cinema.I would like to travel to Argentina next month.
Gerunds or Infinitives ?? Gerunds Infinitives Avoid Quit Agree Plan Can´t stand Suggest Be sure Seem Discuss Can´t help Choose Want Dislike Consider Decide Wish Enjoy Finish Expect Would like Feel like Hope Promise Mind Learn Refuse Practice Need
Gerunds or Infinitives ?? Gerunds Examples Avoid Quit He has to avoid eating sugar. Can´t stand Suggest I can´t stand watching sad movies. Discuss Can´t help They have discussed buying a Dislike Consider new car. Enjoy Finish Tom dislikes traveling by bus. Feel like My friend will enjoy reading Mind this book. Practice He didn´t feel like going to the cinema.
Gerunds or Infinitives ?? Infinitives Examples Agree Plan Tom didn’t agree to have the meeting tomorrow. Be sure Seem I decided to buy a new car. Choose Want She has learned to cook Chinese food. Decide Wish Mary would like to find a new Expect Would like job. Hope Promise You promised to help me with the homework. Learn Refuse All my family is planning to Need travel to U.S.A. on our next vacation.
Gerunds or Infinitives Gerunds Your examples Mind (Simple Past) Practice (Question) Quit (Present Perfect) Suggest (Future – will) Can´t help (…) Consider ( Be going to) Finish (Present Cont.)
Gerunds or Infinitives Infinitives Your examples Be sure (Imperative) Choose (Negative) Expect (Future - will) Hope (Simple Past) Need (Simple Present) Want (Present Perfect) Refuse (Question)
Gerunds and Infinitives Both Gerunds and Examples Infinitives Begin He began to work/ working Continue last month. Hate I will start to do/ doing my Like homework in 5 minutes. Love Prefer Start
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