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Mensaje  Compilator el Lun Jul 21, 2008 7:08 pm

Verbs Followed by Infinitives

8 = verb followed by an infinitive OR an optional noun + an infinitive
13 = verb followed by a gerund OR an infinitive with a difference in meaning
14 = verb followed by a gerund OR an infinitive with little difference in meaning

agree ----------> Tom agreed to help me.
appear----------> His health appeared to be better.
arrange----------> Naomi arranged to stay with her cousin in Miami.
ask [8] ----------> She asked to leave.
begin [13] ----------> He began to talk.
can't bear [14] ----------> He can't bear to be alone.
can't stand [14]----------> Nancy can't stand to work the late shift.
care----------> He doesn't care to participate in the activity.
cease [14] ----------> The government ceased to provide free healthcare.
choose [8]----------> I chose to help.
claim ----------> She claimed to be a princess.
continue [14] ----------> She continued to talk.
decide----------> We decided to go to Hawaii.
demand ----------> He demanded to speak to Mr. Harris.
deserve ----------> He deserves to go to jail.
dread [13]----------> I dread to think what might happen.
expect [8] ----------> They expect to arrive early.
fail ----------> He failed to get enough money to pay for the new project.
forget [13] ----------> I forgot to lock the door when I left.
get (be allowed to)----------> Debbie gets to go to the concert next week! Why can't I?
happen----------> She happened to be at the bank when it was robbed.
hate [14] ----------> He hates to clean dishes.
hesitate----------> She hesitated to tell me the problem.
hope----------> I hope to begin college this year.
intend ----------> We intend to visit you next spring.
learn ----------> I learned to speak Japanese when I was a kid.
like [14] ----------> Samantha likes to read.
love [14]----------> We love to scuba dive.
manage ----------> He managed to open the door without the key.
need [8,13] ----------> I need to study.
neglect [14] ----------> She neglected to tell me the date of the meeting.
offer ----------> Frank offered to drive us to the supermarket.
plan ----------> We plan to go to Europe this summer.
prefer [14] ----------> He prefers to eat at 7 PM.
prepare [8] ----------> They prepared to take the test.
pretend ----------> The child pretended to be a monster.
promise [8] ----------> She promised to stop smoking.
propose [14] ----------> Drew proposed to pay for the trip.
refuse----------> The guard refused to let them enter the building.
regret [13] ----------> I regret to inform you that your application was rejected.
remember [13] ----------> Did you remember to lock the door when you left?
seem ----------> Nancy seemed to be disappointed.
start [13]----------> Marge started to talk really fast.
swear ----------> She swore to tell the truth.
tend ----------> He tends to be a little shy.
threaten [8] ----------> He threatened to leave forever.
try [13]----------> Mary tried to lift the table, but it was too heavy.
vow----------> He vowed to get revenge.
wait ----------> She waited to buy a movie ticket.
want [8]----------> I want to study Spanish.
wish [8] ----------> I wish to stay.
would like [8] (meaning "wish" or "want")----------> We would like to start now.
yearn ----------> Melanie yearns to travel somewhere exotic.

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