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PostSubject: Infinitives and Gerunds   Wed 17 Nov - 22:25

VERBS FOLLOWED BY GERUNDS, INFINITIVES

1. VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND: (e.g., I enjoy swimming. NOT I enjoy to swim. NOT I enjoy swim.)

admit
advise
appreciate
avoid
believe
can’t help
choose
confess
consider
debate
delay
deny
discuss
dislike
enjoy
escape
favor
feel like
finish
get around to
get out of
give
go
imagine
include
keep on
know
look forward to
make
mention
mind
miss
picture
postpone
put off
protest
practice
quit
recall
recommend
regret
remember
resent
resist
risk
stop
succeed in
suggest
take up
work at

2. VERBS FOLLOWED BY AN INFINITIVE: (e.g., He wants to swim. NOT He wants swimming. NOT He wants swim.)

decide
expect
forget
have
hope
know how
need
plan
promise
wait
want
would like


3. VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND OR AN INFINITIVE: (e.g., She begins swimming. OR She begins to swim. NOT She begins swim.)

afford
attempt
begin
bother
choose
continue
dread
forget
hate
intend
like
love
hate
neglect
regret
remember
stand
start
stop
try



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