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I enjoy [to go / going] to the beach.
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Adjective + Infinitive 01
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Adjective + Infinitive 02
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Adjective + Infinitive 03
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Adjective + Infinitive WKSHT
Short Lesson with Worksheet
I'm happy to meet you.
I'm not afraid to touch a snake.
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By + Gerund
I sent some email by using the internet.
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Causatives 1 - HAVE (Active Voice)
The teacher always has the students give one speech.
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Causatives 2 - HAVE (Passive Voice)
My sister had her hair cut at the salon.
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Causatives 3 - GET (Active Voice)
Mary got her sister to wash the dishes.
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Causatives 4 - LET (Active Voice)
Susan let her sister borrow her sweater.
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Gerunds and Infinitives 1 WKSHT
Group A: Learn 10 verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives.
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Gerunds and Infinitives 2 WKSHT
Group G: Learn 10 more verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives.
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Gerunds and Infinitives 3 WKSHT
Review/Quiz
Practice words learned in Gerunds and Infinitives Worksheets 1 & 2.
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Gerunds and Infinitives A - 01
Lesson + Quiz. Learn and practice
10 gerund / infinitive combinations.
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Gerunds and Infinitives A - 02
Practice the 10 gerund / infinitive
combinations from Lesson A.
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Gerunds and Infinitives B - 01
Lesson + Quiz. Learn and practice 10
more gerund / infinitive combinations.
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Gerunds and Infinitives B - 02
Practice the 10 gerund / infinitive combinations from Lesson B.
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Gerunds and Infinitives Quiz
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Possessive Gerunds WKSHT
Using Possessives to Modify Gerunds
Example: John's staying at work late every night makes his wife suspicious.
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Quiz Yourself: Gerund or Infinitive?
1. Choose a verb.
2. Make a guess: gerund or infinitive?
3. Check your answer.
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To / Too / Two
TO, TOO, or TWO? Type the correct answer in the box.
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