G17_-ING & INFINITIVE

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Cambridge English: First (FCE) GRAMMAR (-ING OR INFINITIVE) Mind Map on G17_-ING & INFINITIVE, created by quacky on 05/23/2014.

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G17_-ING & INFINITIVE
1 INFINITIVE
1.1 TO
1.1.1 verbs, NOUNS, ADJ

Annotations:

  • AFFORD AGREE APPEAR ARRANGE ASK ATTEMPT BE PLEASED/  ABLE / ETC CHOOSE DECIDE EXPECT FAIL HAPPENHELPHOPE INTEND LEARN MANAGE OFFER PLAN PREPARE PRETEND PROMISE REFUSE SEEM TEND WANT WISH WOULD LIKE
1.1.1.1 I have ARRANGED TO meet Diana outside the library
1.1.1.2 Did you MANAGE TO speak to Mrs Harris?
1.1.1.3 I can´t PROMISE TO be there, but I´ll try
1.1.2 Passive
1.1.2.1 All students at our school ARE MADE TO wear cap
1.2 /TO/
1.2.1 MODAL VERBS
1.2.1.1 You CAN SEND the information to me by email
1.2.2 MAKE, LET
1.2.2.1 I hate it when people MAKE me WAIT
1.2.2.2 Why don´t you LET James JOIN you?
2 -ING
2.1 verbs, PHASES, PREPOSITIONS

Annotations:

  • ADMIT APPRECIATE AVOID BE CAPABLE OF BE GOD/BAD AT BE INTERESTING IN CAN´T HELP CAN´T STAND COSIDERER DELAY DENY DISCUSS DISLIKE ENJOY FEEL LIKE FINISH GIVE UP IMAGINE INVOLVE LOOK FORWARD TO MENTION MIND MISS PRACTISE SUCCEED IN SUGGEST TALK ABOUT THINK OF
2.1.1 The young man ADMITTED LYING to the police
2.1.2 It´s hard to IMAGINE STANDING on the Moon and seeing the Earth above you
3 BOTH
3.1 begin, continue, hate, intend, love, prefer, star
4 Changes the meaning
4.1 stop
4.1.1 Will you please stop MAKING so much noise?

Annotations:

  • stop an action
4.1.2 I´m tired of driving. Why don´t we stop TO HAVE a cup of coffee?

Annotations:

  • interrupt an action to do something else
4.2 try
4.2.1 If you´re cold, why don´t you try PUTTING a sweater on?

Annotations:

  • do something as an experiment to solve a problem
4.2.2 I´m going to try TO JOIN the school football team

Annotations:

  • make an effort to achieve something
4.3 forget
4.3.1 I´ll never forget ARRIVING at school on the first day

Annotations:

  • always remember (usually I´ll never forget)
4.3.2 Oh, no! I forgot TO LOCK the front door!

Annotations:

  • not to do something you are/were planning to do
4.4 remember
4.4.1 I remember SEEING Mount Everest for the first time

Annotations:

  • have a picture in your mind of a past event
4.4.2 I forgot the butter, but a least I remembered TO GET some milk!

Annotations:

  • do something you are/were planning to do
4.5 go on
4.5.1 It started raining, but we went on PLAYING football

Annotations:

  • CONTINUE
4.5.2 After doing my French homework, I went on TO DO my maths homework
4.6 like
4.6.1 I like COLLECTING stamps

Annotations:

  • ENJOY
4.6.2 I like TO GET UP at six so that I can be at work by eight thrity

Annotations:

  • be in the habit of, think it right to do
4.7 regret
4.7.1 Don´t you regret LEAVING university before finishing your degree?

Annotations:

  • be sorry about what happened
4.7.2 We regret TO INFORM passengers that the train to Doncaster has been cancelled

Annotations:

  • be sorry about giving somebody dab news
4.8 mean
4.8.1 You've forgotten your homework again. That means PHONING your mom.

Annotations:

  • to be a particular result
4.8.2 Sorry, I didn't mean TO HURT you.

Annotations:

  • to intend something
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