How to use infinitive and gerund?
Infinitive is form of verbs that acts like
noun and forms with to.
to walk, to talk, to think, to listen, to speak
To speak English is necessary for students.
How to use Infinitive?
– often uses when actions are unreal, abstract,
– follows these verbs need, plan, expect, want,
He needs to attend meetings.
I plan to get a new job.
She wants to supervise people.
How to use Gerund?
Gerund is form of verbs that acts like noun
and forms with ing.
walking, talking, thinking, listening,
Ex: Swimming is a good exercise.
– often uses when actions are real, concrete,
– follows verbs enjoy, dislike, avoid, feel like
Ex: He enjoys using the Internet.
– follow phrases be afraid of, be good at, be
interested in, be tired of, be nervous about
Ex: They’re good at writing reports.
Ex: He’s tired of taking business trips.
– follow prepositions
Ex: She got the money by selling the car.
What are you planning to do after
What kind of work do you want to do?
Well, I’m interested in business.
What kind of business?
The music business.
Are you good at working with people?
I think I am. I’d like to work with
I’m interested in managing them and
helping them become famous.
What about you? What are you interested in?
I’m really interested in travel. I also like to
read and learn about new places.
B : Have you thought about going into the
travel business? You could be a tour guide or
something like that.
• Make a group of three and come to get the
vocabulary cards from teacher.
• Listen to the vocabulary meaning’s sound.
• Think about what word is it?
• Answer the questions by show the
• Check the answer together, if you can answer
correct you will get 1 point.
My job is to teach, especially in a school or college.
• Make a group of five.
• Interview your classmate about their jobs in
• Back to your group and discuss about
information that you get from interview.
• Summarize your information by created pie
• Present your work in front of the class.