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VERBS USED WITH THE GERUND AND THE INFINITIVE
There are a few verbs which appear in more than one combination: with the Gerund and the Infinitive. These particular verbs have different patterns assosiated with meanings.
Would like is followed by the Infinitive. Notice the difference in meaning between I like and I would like. I would like is a polite way of saying I want.
I like playing tennis. (= I enjoy it in general)
I would like to play tennis today. (= I want to play)
We can also use I would love/prefer/hate + Infinitive.
Would you prefer to have dinner now or later?
I’d love to be able to travel round the world.
There are some verbs which can be followed by the Gerund or “that-clause”
With a number of verbs and word-groups both the Gerund and the Infinitive can be used. There is no change in meaning. They can also be followed by a "that-clause"
Your friend has some problems and you have to be helpful. Write questions with try
Model: I can't find anywhere to live. (put an advertisement in the newspaper)
Have you tried putting an advertisement in the newspaper?
a) My electric shaver is not working. (change the batteries)
b) I can't contact Fred. He is not at home. (phone/at work)
c) I can't sleep at night. (take sleeping pills)
d) The television picture is not very good. (move the aerial)
Answer the questions using the Gerund or the Infinitive of the verbs in brackets
Model: – Why do you never fly? (hate)
– I hate flying.
a) Why do you always wear a hat? (like)
b) Why does Ann watch TV so often? (enjoy)
c) Why do you never go to the cinema? (not/like)
d) Why does Jack take so many photographs? (like)
e) Why don't you work in the evening? (hate)
Put the verb into the correct form: -ing or to – Infinitive
a) Do you mind (travel) such a long way to work every day?
b) Ann loves (cook) but she hates (wash) up.
c) I can't stand people (tell) me what to do when I'm driving.
d) I don't like that house. I would hate (live) there.
e) Do you like (drive)?
f) When I have to catch a train, I'm always worried about missing it. So I like (get) to the station in plenty of time.
g) I very much enjoy (listen) to classical music.
h) I would love (come) to your wedding but it just isn't possible.
i) Sometimes I'd like (learn) to play the guitar.
Read each situation and use the words in brackets to write your sentence
Model: The streets are unsafe at night. (I/afraid/go out/alone)
I am afraid to go out alone.
a) I don't usually carry my passport with me. (I/afraid/lose/it)
b) The sea is very rough, (we/afraid/go/swimming)
c) We rushed to the station, (we/afraid/miss/our train)
d) I didn't tell Tom that I thought he behaved foolishly. (I/afraid/hurt/his feelings)
e) In the middle of the film there was a horrifying scene, (we/afraid/look)
f) The glasses were very full, so Ann carried them very carefully, (she/afraid/spill/the drinks)
g) I didn't like the look of the food in my plate, a) (I/afraid/eat/it); b) (I/afraid/make/myself/ill)
There are a few verbs which can take a Gerund or an Infinitive, but the meaning is not the same. Use Gerunds or Infinitives in place of the verbs in brackets
1. We saw this film last month. Do you remember (see) it? 2. He was very forgetful. He never remembered (lock) the garage door when he put the car away. 3. Don't ask me to pay the bill again. I clearly remember (pay) it a month ago. 4. Did you remember (buy) bread for dinner? – Yes, I have the bread here, 5. Do you remember (post) the letter? – Yes, I remember quite clearly; I posted it in the letter-box near my gate. 6. Did you remember (air) the room? – No, I didn't. I'll go back and do it now. 7. She remembers part of her childhood quite clearly. She remembers (go) to school for the first time and (play) with Dick in the garden. 8. Did you remember (give) him the message? – No, I didn't. I'll go and do it now.
1. She forgot (bring) the sugar; she left it on the kitchen table. 2. Where is my dictionary? Have you forgotten (borrow) it a fortnight ago? 3. She often told her little boy, "You must never forget (say) "please" and "thank you". 4. Why are you late again? Have you forgotten (promise) me that you would never be late again?
1. Do stop (talk); I am trying to finish a letter. 2. I didn't know how to get to your house so I stopped (ask) the way. 3. We stopped once (buy) petrol and then we stopped again (ask) someone the way.
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