Gerund, Bare Infinitive and To-Infinitive

Gerund, Bare Infinitive and To-Infinitive

Gerunds (動名詞) are the ‘-ing’ form of a verb, when it is used as a noun.
– I enjoy talking to my parents.
– Studying can be fun.

The ‘to’ infinitive is the basic form of the verb, with the word ‘to’.
– I decided to finish my homework.
– She would like to visit us.

The bare infinitive (不變動詞) is the basic form of the verb, without the word ‘to’.
– We should say sorry.
– My mum makes me clean my room.

 

你能找出錯處嗎?

Are the following sentences grammatically correct?  If not, please find out the mistakes.

1. It is worth to put more effort in your work because you don’t need to do corrections later.

2. Dad lets me to use my phone after dinner.

3. Don’t make me stay in this dark room.

你能找出錯處嗎?(Answers)

Answers

1. It is worth to put putting more effort in your work because you don’t need to do corrections later.

2. Dad lets me to use my phone after dinner.

3. Don’t make me stay in this dark room. (correct)

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