Go to the website below for extra practice.
i’m Miri in your class 90.
i studied the chapters in the wepsite . it helped me to review the class.
But Well… I don’t understand when and which I can use ‘Gerund’ or ‘Infinite’.
Actually… thogh i wanna ask that, i can’t do that as i can’t wast your time.
if i know you’re so busy ,could you recomment shortly for me about it ?
Comment by MIRI PARK — April 9, 2012 @ 5:58 pm
Infinitive = to + verb (example: to swim)
Gerund = verb + ing (example: swimming)
After certain verbs, such as “like,” we can use an infinitive or a gerund.
I like to swim.
I like swimming.
However, sometimes you can use only one. For example, after a preposition, you can only use a gerund.
I’m good at swimming.
Are you interested in swimming?
This was all described in your text book, and we did the lesson in class.
Comment by richardlstansfield — April 11, 2012 @ 7:35 am
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