Advanced Gerunds and -to infinitives

As I’m sure you know, with some verbs we use a gerund and with others we use to-infinitive. For those of you wishing to expand your knowledge of these two areas of English grammar, here are a few harder examples for you to enjoy. A few verbs allow you to use either, for example: love,Continue reading “Advanced Gerunds and -to infinitives”

Infinitives or Gerunds?

Try out the following exercises for more practice with gerunds and infinitives, see if you can fill the gaps correctly. And yes, every example will be featuring cats with either an -ing or an infinitive (with/without TO) Mia wasn’t used __________ out of her new metal bowl. (EAT) The vet advised me __________ Oscar backContinue reading “Infinitives or Gerunds?”

Gerunds

Gerunds are words formed by adding -ing to the ends of verbs (walk+ing, eating, shopping, writing and so on). Gerunds turn verbs into nouns. In sentences gerunds can have one of several functions: FUNCTION 1 Gerunds can be used as the subject when it is a noun and it is the action described by theContinue reading “Gerunds”

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