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  • 1. SURVIVAL A2 ENGLISHUSING GERUNDS & INFINITIVES TOEXPRESS LIKES & DISLIKES
  • 2. FORM
  • 3. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending.
  • 4. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be
  • 5. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being
  • 6. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do
  • 7. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing
  • 8. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go
  • 9. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going
  • 10. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play
  • 11. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing
  • 12. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work
  • 13. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working
  • 14. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working swim
  • 15. FORMA. A gerund is a verb with the –ing ending. be being do doing go going play playing work working swim swimming
  • 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. 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. USE
  • 19. USEB. We use the gerund form to express our likes and dislikes after the verbs:
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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