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07 Mar: Prepositions Introduction

14 Feb: Prepositions of Time

Prepositions of Place

13 Feb: Prepositions of Place

12 Feb: The Passive Voice

Here are some more verbs that are usually followed by the gerund miss: She misses living near the beach. appreciate: I appreciated her helping me. delay: He delayed doing his taxes. postpone: He postponed returning to Paris practise: She practised singing the song. consider: She considered moving to New York. can't stand: He can't stand her smoking in the office. can't help: He can't help talking so loudly. risk: He risked being caught. admit: He admitted cheating on the test. And here are some more verbs followed by 'to' and the infinitive. can afford: We can't afford to go on holiday. manage: He managed to open the door without the key. prepare*: They prepared to take the test / the teachers prepared the students to take the test. demand: He demanded to speak to Mr. Harris. choose: I chose to help. offer: Frank offered to drive us to the supermarket. wait: She waited to buy a movie ticket. would hate*: I'd hate to be late / I'd hate you to be late. would love*: I'd love to come / I'd love him to come. seem: Nancy seemed to be disappointed. *We can use an object before the infinitive with these verbs.

11 Feb: Gerunds and Infinitives with Verbs Part 3

Here are some more verbs that are usually followed by the gerund miss: She misses living near the beach. appreciate: I appreciated her helping me. delay: He delayed doing his taxes. postpone: He postponed returning to Paris practise: She practised singing the song. consider: She considered moving to New York. can't stand: He can't stand her smoking in the office. can't help: He can't help talking so loudly. risk: He risked being caught. admit: He admitted cheating on the test. And here are some more verbs followed by 'to' and the infinitive. can afford: We can't afford to go on holiday. manage: He managed to open the door without the key. prepare*: They prepared to take the test / the teachers prepared the students to take the test. demand: He demanded to speak to Mr. Harris. choose: I chose to help. offer: Frank offered to drive us to the supermarket. wait: She waited to buy a movie ticket. would hate*: I'd hate to be late / I'd hate you to be late. would love*: I'd love to come / I'd love him to come. seem: Nancy seemed to be disappointed. *We can use an object before the infinitive with these verbs.

08 Feb: Gerunds and Infinitives with Verbs II

07 Feb: Gerunds and Infinitives with Verbs I

06 Feb: ‘Some’, ‘Any’, and ‘No Article’

05 Feb: Articles with Geographical Names

Apego

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