Infinitive and Gerund

Infinitive and Gerund.

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Infinitive and Gerund

Here are some of the rules for a Gerund and Infinitive. Do the worksheet for points.

Infinitive
After certain verbs (with to) Example: He refused to pay the bill.
• afford • agree • appear • arrange • beg • choose • decide
• expect • fail • help (also without to) • hesitate • hope • learn
• manage • mean • offer • plan • prepare • pretend • promise
• refuse • want • wish • would like • would love • would prefer

Gerund

After a preposition Example: I did my homework before going out.
Verbs followed by Gerund Example: I enjoy cooking.
• admit • advise • allow • avoid • can’t help
• can’t stand • deny • dislike • enjoy • fancy
• finish • keep • mind • miss • permit
• practice • suggest • waste time / money

Verbs with Prepositions followed by Gerund
Example: I’m looking forward to seeing you again soon.
• accuse of • agree with • apologize for • ask about • believe in • be used to
• blame for • care for • carry on • complain about • concentrate on • depend on
• dream about/of • feel like • forgive for • give up • insist on • keep on
• look forward to • object to • think of • succeed in • use for

Put the verb into the correct form:

1. I don’t fancy ______________ (go) out tonight.

2. She avoided ______________ (tell) him about her plans.

3. I would like ______________ (come) to the party with you.

4. He enjoys ______________ (have) a bath in the evening.

5. She kept ______________ (talk) during the film.

6. I am learning ______________ (speak) English.

7. Do you mind ______________ (give) me a hand?

8. She helped me ______________ (carry) my suitcases.

9. I’ve finished ______________ (cook). Come and eat!

10. He decided ______________ (study) Biology.

11. I dislike ______________ (wait).

12. He asked ______________ (come) with us.

13. I promise ______________ (help) you tomorrow.

14. We discussed ______________ (go) to the cinema, but in the end we stayed at
home.

15. She agreed ______________ (bring) the pudding.

16. I don’t recommend ______________ (take) the bus, it takes forever!

17. We hope ______________ (visit) Amsterdam next month.

18. She suggested ______________ (go) to the museum.

19. They plan ______________ (start) college in the autumn.

20. I don’t want ______________ (leave) yet.

Infinitive and Gerund

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