logging in or signing up TO INFINITIVE AND GERUND misterhadi Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 435 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: April 10, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description This slide explain about to infinitive and gerund Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript By : misterhadi: By : misterhadi To infinitive and gerundcommon verbs followed by to infinitive: common verbs followed by to infinitive agree begin* continue* decide deserve fail forget* hasitate hope learn like* love* manage plan prefer tend try* want prepare refuse regret* remember* hate* start* Verbs with * can also be followed by gerunds By : misterhadicommon verbs followed by gerunds: common verbs followed by gerunds admit avoid begin* consider continue* deny enjoy finish forget* hate* like* love* keep postpone prefer* regret* remember* start* stop* try* quit don‘t mind can’t help can’t stand* Verb with * can also be followed by to infinitive By : misterhadiverbs + to infinitive or gerund with little or no difference in meaning: v erbs + to infinitive or gerund with little or no difference in meaning begin like hate start love can’t stand continue prefer By : misterhadiPowerPoint Presentation: Examples : It began to rain. I started to work two hours ago. She continued to read the book. We hate to wait the lecturer. It began raining . I started working two hours ago. She continued reading the book. We hate waiting the lecturer. By : misterhadiverbs + to infinitive or gerund with different meaning: v erbs + to infinitive or gerund with different meaning remember regret stop forget try By : misterhadiPowerPoint Presentation: Compare Udin always remembers to lock the front door. He remembers seeing Monas for the first time. remember + to infinitive : remember to perform responsibility, duty or task r emember + gerund : remember (recall) something that happened in the past By : misterhadi rememberPowerPoint Presentation: Compare I regret to tell you that you failed the test. I regret lending him some money. He never paid me back. regret + to infinitive : regret to inform/tell someone of some bad news. r egret + gerund : regret something that happened in the past. By : misterhadi regretPowerPoint Presentation: Compare I stopped to pick up the phone. The students stopped talking when the teacher entered the room. stop + to infinitive : stop doing something in order to do something else stop + gerund : stop an activity By : misterhadi stopPowerPoint Presentation: Compare You often forget to turn off the electric fan. I’ll never forget meeting Mr. president in the palace. forget + to infinitive : forget to perform a responsibility, duty or task. forget + gerund : forget something that happened in the past. By : misterhadi forgetPowerPoint Presentation: Compare I ‘m so tired. I tried to keep my eyes open but I couldn’t. A : This machine doesn’t seem to be working. B : Try pressing the green button. try + to infinitive : make an effort to do try + gerund : do something with experiment or test to see if it works. By : misterhadi tryFINISH: FINISH FOLLOW MY NEXT OTHER SLIDES SOON By : misterhadi You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.