Infinitive or Gerund?

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Infinitive or Gerund?

  1. 1. Verb + Gerund or Infinitive? can't stand detest don't mind enjoy imagine miss practise suggest + -ing can’t afford decide hope learn offer promise want + to (Infinitive) EFL SMARTblog http://efllecturer.blogspot.com/
  2. 2. Look at the photos and make sentences with the following verbs. They take a gerund. can't stand detest don't mind enjoy imagine miss practise suggest + -ing
  3. 3. can't stand
  4. 4. suggest
  5. 5. don’t mind
  6. 6. practise
  7. 7. enjoy
  8. 8. imagine
  9. 9. miss
  10. 10. detest
  11. 11. Look at the photos and make sentences with the following verbs. They take an infinitive. can’t afford decide hope learn offer promise want + to (Infinitive)
  12. 12. want
  13. 13. promise
  14. 14. decide
  15. 15. offer
  16. 16. learn
  17. 17. can’t afford
  18. 18. hope
  19. 19. Verb + Gerund / Infinitive can't stand detest don't mind enjoy imagine miss practise suggest + -ing can’t afford decide hope learn offer promise want + to (Infinitive)
  20. 20. How many can you remember? Try again. This time the pictures have been mixed up. Make sentences.
  21. 21. promise
  22. 22. suggest
  23. 23. enjoy
  24. 24. miss
  25. 25. can’t afford
  26. 26. can't stand
  27. 27. imagine
  28. 28. detest
  29. 29. want
  30. 30. decide
  31. 31. practise
  32. 32. offer
  33. 33. don’t mind
  34. 34. learn
  35. 35. hope
  36. 36. Verb + Gerund / Infinitive can't stand detest don't mind enjoy imagine miss practise suggest + -ing can’t afford decide hope learn offer promise want + to (Infinitive)

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