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  1. 1. SURVIVAL A2 ENGLISHUSING GERUNDS & INFINITIVES TOEXPRESS LIKES & DISLIKES
  2. 2. FORM
  3. 3. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending.
  4. 4. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be
  5. 5. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being
  6. 6. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do
  7. 7. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing
  8. 8. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go
  9. 9. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going
  10. 10. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play
  11. 11. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing
  12. 12. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work
  13. 13. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working
  14. 14. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working swim
  15. 15. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working swim swimming
  16. 16. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working swim swimming get
  17. 17. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working swim swimming get getting
  18. 18. USE
  19. 19. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs:
  20. 20. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs:love like prefer don’t mind dislike hate
  21. 21. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs: like prefer don’t mind dislike hate I love swimming early in the morning.
  22. 22. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs: prefer don’t mind dislike hate I love swimming early in the morning. I like riding motorcycles.
  23. 23. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs: don’t mind dislike hate I love swimming early in the morning. I like riding motorcycles. I prefer watching movies at home.
  24. 24. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs: dislike hate I love swimming early in the morning. I like riding motorcycles. I prefer watching movies at home. I don’t mind working late if it’s necessary.
  25. 25. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs: hate I love swimming early in the morning. I like riding motorcycles. I prefer watching movies at home. I don’t mind working late if it’s necessary. I dislike heavy metal music.
  26. 26. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs: I love swimming early in the morning. I like riding motorcycles. I prefer watching movies at home. I don’t mind working late if it’s necessary. I dislike heavy metal music. I hate to get up early on Saturdays.
  27. 27. USEC. The infinitive form (to + verb) may also be used after the following verbs: love like prefer hate I love to swim early in the morning. I like to ride motorcycles. I prefer to watch movies at home. I hate to get up early on Saturdays.
  28. 28. USEC. The infinitive form (to + verb) may also be used after the following verbs: love like prefer hate I love to swim early in the morning. I like to ride motorcycles. I prefer to watch movies at home. I hate to get up early on Saturdays. You should not use the infinitive after “don’t mind” or “dislike”.
  29. 29. Exclusive use for: THE KENNEDY INSTITUTE End of PresentationNo part of this presentation may be printed, downloaded, copied, stored or altered without written permission of The Kennedy Institute. ®2012

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