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Intermediate
Teacher's language
English

Mini grammar. Gerund and infinitive

grammar
gerund,
infinitive
5 lessons
Mini grammar. Gerund and infinitive

The Mini Grammar series of course allows you to learn English in small parts. In each of these courses we take one grammar topic and we look at it from top to the bottom.

In this course you will learn the nuances of the usage of gerund and infinitive forms after some verbs. For instance, the verb hate can be followed both by gerund and infinitive: hate to do or hate doing. But, the meaning of these two phrases will be different .

This course consists of 5 lessons with rules, examples and practice exercises. If you want to figure out nuances such as Gerund and Infinitive, then dive into this course.

Course program

9 LESSONS

LESSON 1
Remember 
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 2
Forget 
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 3
Try
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 4
Regret
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 5
Stop 
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 6
Go on 
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 7
Mean
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 8 
Like 
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises. 

LESSON 9
Hate 
Grammar rules of using gerund and infinitive after a given verb. Table. Exercises.

The Mini Grammar series of course allows you to learn English in small parts. In each of these courses we take one grammar topic and we look at it from top to the bottom.

In this course you will learn the nuances of the usage of gerund and infinitive forms after some verbs. For instance, the verb hate can be followed both by gerund and infinitive: hate to do or hate doing. But, the meaning of these two phrases will be different .

This course consists of 5 lessons with rules, examples and practice exercises. If you want to figure out nuances such as Gerund and Infinitive, then dive into this course.

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Who is this course for

This course is for middle and upper levels. It is focused on the nuances of English grammar, which should be figured out, when the basic rules are already known.

A course for those who know what gerund and infinitive are  . But always forgets about special cases of use of these forms.

The course will save teachers who give this topic to their students and look for good material.

The course  can also be suitable for those who pass the topic of gerund and infinitive on the course and feel ready to master more complex nuances.

What will you get after the course

You will learn 9 verbs, after which gerund and infinitive are used, you will figure out the difference in meaning of both options and you won’t confuse “hate doing” and “hate to do”.

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