Gerunds function as NOUNS in a sentence. They can function as The subject of the verb: Swimming is a lot of fun and good exercise. Or As The object of the verb: I really like swimming. In this post, We’re going to explain in... Read more »
Do you want to understand Gerunds and Infinitives ? Click here to go to the lesson post A-Write the verbs between brackets in gerunds or infinitives 1) I greatly enjoyed (listen to) ……. the last song... Read more »
A verb is an action word.In English, if a verb starts with the word “to,” it is an infinitive.If a verb ends with “ing,” it is agerund. Verbs can be either gerunds or infinitives, but they can’t... Read more »
Concession linking words are used to express opposition between two ideas. They include various items such as : However, Although, Though, Despite, In spite of, .. and so on . We will try clarify each linking word... Read more »
Irregular verbs source: www.englishpages.com What are irregular verbs? Regular verbs have ed at the end of the simple past and past participle forms: Base verb + ed Examples of regular verbs: Infinitive Simple past Past participle play... Read more »
I expect to have the report done by Friday. [INFINITIVE] I anticipate having the report done by Friday. [GERUND] Here is a brief review of the differences between gerunds and infinitives. Gerunds are formed with... Read more »
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