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a. introduction: gerunds (V+ing) and infinitives (to + V)
b. go + gerunds vs. go + infinitives
c. verbs + infinitives
d. verbs + gerunds
e. verbs that can be followed by both gerunds and infinitives
f. passive gerunds and infinitives
g. using adjectives with infinitives
1) It's + adjective + infinitive
2) too + adj. + infinitive vs. adj. + enough + infinitive
h. gerunds as nouns
1) possessive gerunds
2) preposition + gerunds
3) gerunds as subjects
i. infinitives as subjects
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Ways to use the GERUND (-ing)             2016年3月7日
verbs followed by the GERUND or INFINITIVE            2016年3月15日
INFINITIVE with TO               2016年6月1日
GERUNDS (-ing) and INFINITIVES (see how we use verb patterns to help us choose which verbs are followed by gerunds and infinitives)      2016年11月15日
Other ways to use the INFINITIVE        2017年5月3日
1. connective link + only (surprise/disappointment)
eg: I raced to the bank only to find it was closed.
2. After certain nouns - ability, demand, failure, offers, plan, etc.
eg: His failure to win the contract meant he had to close his business.
3. After too, enough, so ... as
eg: My son was too excited to sleep.