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Infinitives & Gerunds


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She was excited
about doing it.
I was worried
about doing it.
He complained
about doing it.
She dreamed
about/of doing it.
He talked
about/of doing it.
She is thinking
about/of doing it.
I apologized
for doing it.
He blamed me
for doing it.
for doing it.
He forgave her
for doing it.
She had an excuse
for doing it.
He had a reason
for doing it.
We are responsible
I thanked him
for doing it.
He kept her
from doing it.
from doing it.
She prevented us
from doing it.
He prohibited us
I stopped him
from doing it.
in doing it.
I am interested
He believed
in doing it.
in doing it.
She didn't participate
in doing it.
They succeeded
of doing it.
He was accused
of doing it.
You are capable
of doing it.
He was guilty
of doing it.
We will relax instead
of doing it.
He took advantage
of doing it.
She took care
I am tired
of/from doing it.
He insisted
on doing it.
to doing it.
I am accustomed
to doing it.
He is committed
I am devoted
to doing it.
to doing it.
We look forward
He objected
to doing it.
I am opposed
to doing it.
He is used
to doing it.
remember + infinitive [remember to do something]
remember to perform a responsibility, duty, or task
remember + gerund [remember doing something]
remember [recall] something that happened in the past
forget + infinitive [forget to do something]
forget to perform a responsibility, duty, or task
forget + gerund [forget doing something]
forget something that happened in the past
regret + infinitive [regret to say something]
regret to say, to tell someone, to inform someone of bad news, etc.
regret + gerund [regret doing something]
regret something that happened in the past
to make an effort to do something
try + infinitive [try to do something]
try + gerund [try doing something]
to experiment with a new or different approach to see if it works
to stop an activity
stop + gerund [stop doing something]
stop + infinitive [stop to do something]
to stop in order to do something or for the purpose of doing something