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Hi Jesus, ready for English class.
Yes, of course, let's go to class.
Hi everybody how are you?
Today's topic will be "Gerunds and Infinitives".
When one verb follows another, the first verb determines the form of the second.
This can be the gerund (verb+-ing) or the infinitive (with to) or the base form (without to).
Use the gerund after certain verbs and expressions, for example enjoy, can't help.
When pharasal verb is followed by another verb, the verb is the gerund, for example keep on, give up, look forward.
Use the base form (without to) after modal verbs and some expression, for example might, would rather.
Use the infinitive form with to after certain verbs and expressions for example want, afford.
I want to speak to you. they can't afford to buy a new car
With the explained you can say some examples.
It might rain tonight. I'd rather eat in than go out tonight.
I enjoy listening to music. I couldn't help laughing.
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