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Sgdgerund and infinitive_(teacher)[2]


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Sgdgerund and infinitive_(teacher)[2]

  1. 1. Name: Samantha granados delgado<br />“gerunds and infinitives”<br />group: 301<br />Teacher: sergio <br />School: net “nueva <br />Escuela tecnologica”<br />
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  3. 3. “GERUND”<br /><ul><li>A gerund is a verbal that ends in -ing and functions as a noun. The term verbal indicates that a gerund, like the other two kinds of verbals, is based on a verb and therefore expresses action or a state of being. However, since a gerund functions as a noun, it occupies some positions in a sentence that a noun ordinarily would, for example: subject, direct object, subject complement, and object of preposition.</li></li></ul><li>USE THE GERUND<br /><ul><li>Use the gerund (verb+ing) to talk about things you generally like/love/enjoy: I like reading. I love dancing. I enjoy going to the movies.</li></ul>I <br /> She <br />to go<br />going<br />seeing<br />like<br />love<br />enjoys<br />to the theater<br />movies<br />
  4. 4. <ul><li>With like and love you can also use the infinitive, but not whit enjoy:</li></ul>I like to watch movies <br /> I love to eat out<br /><ul><li> For specific wishes use would like to (´d like to) or would prefer to:</li></ul>I´d like to eat out tonight <br />I´prefer to visit friends tomorrow<br /><ul><li> For suggestions, use Why don´t we or Let´s + the infinitive without to: </li></ul>Why don´t we go to that new Chinese place?<br />Let´s go to a movie<br />
  5. 5. like<br />prefer<br />I´d <br />to stay home<br />