Первый слайд презентации: Gerund or infinitive after certain verbs
Based on Звер ь ховская p. 202
Слайд 2: Gerund after verbs and expressions
to mind doing e.g. Do you mind opening the door? to keep doing e.g. She kept laughing. to avoid doing e.g. Avoid walking alone in the dark to deny doing e.g. He denies robbing the bank. to imagine doing e.g. Just imagine spending a holiday there.
Слайд 3: Gerund after verbs and expressions
need doing e.g. The floor needs washing. can't help doing e.g. I couldn't help laughing. to be worth doing e.g. The exhibition is worth visiting. to feel / not to feel like doing e.g. I don't feel like talking. It's no use doing e.g. It was no use speaking with him. What's the use of ? e.g. What's the use of arguing?
Слайд 4: Gerund after verbs and expressions
to be used to doing e.g. He is used to getting up late. to be fond of e.g. I'm fond of swimming. to be tired of e.g. I'm tired of waiting. to be (in)capable of e.g. He is capable of doing the work. to be interested in e.g. He is interested in talking to you. there are a lot of ways of doing e.g. There are a lot of ways of doing it. his manner (way, habit) of doing e.g. I hate his manner of speaking.
Слайд 5: Gerund after the prepositions
Before e.g. Please phone me before coming. After e.g. After talking to him let me know. On e.g. On arriving in the city he went to the hotel. without e.g. He sat down without saying anything.
Последний слайд презентации: Gerund or infinitive after certain verbs: Gerund after the following verbs + prepositions
to go on e.g. He went on speaking to dream of e.g. I'm dreaming of spending a week at the sea. to look forward to e.g. I'm looking forward to seeing them. to give up e.g. She gave up smoking to object to e.g. I object to your coming late. to insist on e.g. He insists on leaving.