How do you know if a verb is followed by the infinitive or by the gerund? For example is it “He admitted to make the mistake” or “He admitted making the mistake”?
Do you have to remember each verb separately, or is there an easier way?
In this new video, I share a way to remember verbs by groups of meaning. This method will help you to save time AND feel more confident when you speak.
In the video find out:
– which groups of verbs are followed by the infinitive
– which groups of verbs are followed by the gerund
– which groups of verbs can be followed by the infinitive or the gerund (with a change in meaning)
– which groups of verbs can be followed by the infinitive or the gerund (without a change in meaning)
AND: Get examples for each verb
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