INFINITIVE OR GERUND
The gerund has the same form as the present participle (BV+ing). It is a verb used as a noun and can be used ...
With the following verbs : admit, avoid, consider, delay, deny, detest, dread, enjoy, envisage, fancy, feel like, finish, imagine, involve, keep, mind, miss, postpone, practise, recall, regret, resent, risk, stop, suggest (see below).
To talk about a past fact or action (having done, having eaten, etc).
The infinitive should be used after the following verbs : afford, agree, aim, appear, arrange, ask, choose, consent, dare, decide, decline, demand, expect, fail, forget, hope, learn, manage, offer, plan, prepare, pretend, promise, refuse, seem, swear, tend, threaten, want, wish (see below).
After the following verbs, use a WH + Infinitive : ask, decide, explain, forget, know, remember, understand.
The Past Infinitive (to have + past participle) and the Continuous Infinitive are used after appear, pretend, seem.
After Dare, one can use an Infinitive withi or without TO.
Use the Infinitive after Would Like.
Infinitive or Gerund
After some verbs, both infinitive and gerund are possible.
After begin, can't bear, continue, intend, love, start.
After like, the Gerund means like we indulge in something whereas the Infinitive means that it is right to do something (not necessarily pleasant)
After stop, the infinitive and the gerund have different meanings.
After Remember, the infinitive is turned to the future while the Gerund is turned to the past.
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