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Verbs Followed by Gerunds

9 = verb followed by a gerund OR a 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

admit (reconocer, admitir) ----------> He admitted cheating on the test.
advise [9] (aconsejar) ---------->The doctor generally advised drinking low-fat milk.
allow [9] (permitir) ---------->Ireland doesn't allow smoking in bars.
anticipate (prever) ---------->I anticipated arriving late.
appreciate (apreciar, valorar) ----------> I appreciated her helping me.
avoid (evitar, eludir) ---------->He avoided talking to her.
begin [14] (empezar) ---------->I began learning Chinese.
can't bear [14] (no aguantar) ---------->He can't bear having so much responsibility.
can't help (no poder evitar) ----------> He can't help talking so loudly.
can't see (no poder ver) ---------->I can't see paying so much money for a car.
can't stand [14] (no poder soportar) ---------->He can't stand her smoking in the office.
cease [14] (dejar de) ----------> The government ceased providing free healthcare.
complete (acabar, terminar) ---------->He completed renovating the house.
consider (contemplar la posibilidad de) ---------->She considered moving to New York.
continue [14] (seguir) ---------->He continued talking.
defend (defender) ---------->The lawyer defended her making such statements.
delay (tardar, retrasarse) ---------->He delayed doing his taxes.
deny (negar haber hecho algo) ---------->He denied committing the crime.
despise (despreciar) ---------->She despises waking up early.
discuss (discutir) ----------> We discussed working at the company.
dislike (no gustar) ---------->She dislikes working after 5 PM.
don't mind (no importar) ---------->I don't mind helping you.
dread [13] (tener pavor a) ---------->She dreads getting up at 5 AM.

encourage [9] (animar) ---------->He encourages eating healthy foods.
enjoy (disfrutar) ---------->We enjoy hiking.
finish [13] (acabar) ---------->He finished doing his homework.
forget [13] (olvidar) ---------->I forgot giving you my book.
hate [14] (odiar) ----------> I hate cleaning the bathroom.
imagine (imaginar) ---------->He imagines working there one day.
involve (implicar) ---------->The job involves traveling to Japan once a month.
keep (seguir) ----------> She kept interrupting me.
like [14] (gustar) ---------->She likes listening to music.
love [14] (encantar) ----------> I love swimming.
mention (mencionar) ----------> He mentioned going to that college.
mind (importar) ---------->Do you mind waiting here for a few minutes.
miss (echar de menos, perderse algo) ----------> She misses living near the beach.
need [13] (necesitar) ---------->The aquarium needs cleaning.
neglect [14] (no hacer algo) ---------->Sometimes she neglects doing her homework.
permit [9] (permitir) ----------> California does not permit smoking in restaurants.
postpone (aplazar) ---------->He postponed returning to Paris.
practice (practicar, ensayar) ----------> She practiced singing the song.
prefer [14] (preferir)---------->He prefers sitting at the back of the movie theater.
propose [14] (proponer) ---------->I proposed having lunch at the beach.
quit [13] (dejar de) ---------->She quit worrying about the problem.
recall (recordar) ---------->Tom recalled using his credit card at the store.

recollect (acordarse) ---------->She recollected living in Kenya.
recommend (recommend) ---------->Tony recommended taking the train.
regret [13] (arrepentirse de) ----------> She regretted saying that.
remember [13] (acordarse de) ---------->I remember telling her the address yesterday.
report (informar) ----------> He reported her stealing the money.
require [9] (exigir) ---------->The certificate requires completing two courses.
resent (ofenderse por) ---------->Nick resented Debbie's being there.
resist (resistir, no ceder) ---------->He resisted asking for help.
risk (arriesgarse) ---------->He risked being caught.
start [14] (empezar) ----------> He started studying harder.
stop [13] (dejar de) ---------->She stopped working at 5 o'clock.
suggest (sugerir) ---------->They suggested staying at the hotel.
tolerate (tolerar) ----------> I tolerated her talking.
try [13] (intentar, probar)---------->Sam tried opening the lock with a paperclip.
understand (entender) ---------->I understand his quitting.
urge [9] (instar) ---------->They urge recycling bottles and paper.

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