I’m bringing to you some more difficult gerunds and infinitives! The revision is never enough until mastery comes. Here we go with some more rules and a difficult passage for you all to do.
- As the subject/object of a sentence.
- With go to talk about physical activities.
- After prepositions.
- After verbs of liking or disliking (except when the verb goes with would, would like, would prefer)
- After certain verbs like admit, avoid, consider, involve, risk, suggest
- To explain why somebody does something.
- Immediately after adjectives.
- After too, enough, the first, the last
- After certain verbs like agree, appear, arrange, ask, decide, expect, forget, help, learn, manage, need, promise, try, want.
It’s amazing thinking/to think how much T.V. we watch everyday at home. The problem is that watching/to watch TV can quickly become boring, repetitive, and lead to insanity. It’s important using/to use a variety of different tools, resources and other things keeping/to keep your brain ageless. What do I mean by that? For instance, instead of watching/to watch TV, here are some other things that might work for you.
Leaving/To leave your home and disrupting your body’s biochemistry would work. Research indicates that doing/to do the same thing over and over will become a habit, which is extremely difficult to undo. Another idea would be getting/to get a book that will help you with what you’re trying achieving/to achieve in life, like personal development books.
Another thing technique is commuting/to commute time. Almost ten percent of our lives are spent/spending commuting in the mornings and evenings after work. Helping/To help with that downtime, put on a podcast so increase your English learning capabilities, such as tuning/to tune into Arsenio’s ESL Podcast. Another thing you can do is join groups online that will help you with your personal goals.