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Happy New Year’s!: Gerund or Infinitive?
For New Year’s people agree to make New Year’s resolutions. By making a
resolution, we promise to do or not to things during the New Year. Some people
avoid making them. Some people like to make them so they can have a fresh
start as the year begins. Some people don’t like making them. They avoid
making promises that they will not keep. What do you think? When we begin
making promises will they eventually be broken? When we begin to make
promises, is it the start of a good plan?
Here are some top New Years Resolutions:
1. Start to spend more time with my family.
2. Stop smoking.
3. Try to save more money.
4. Refuse to be negative.
5. Practice playing music.
6. Enjoy living life.
7. Manage to organize my life.
8. Offer more often to help my friends and family.
9. Agree to study more.
10. Look forward to being successful.
11. Put off retiring.
12. Finish reading at least 5 books.
13. Keep on working out.
14. Give up eating sugar and fat.
15. Start playing the guitar.
16. Continue to make progress in English.
17. Continue watching films in English
18. Learn to speak Chinese.
19. Expect to keep all resolutions.
20. Decide to make an effort to lose weight.
21. Consider saving money for a house.
What words did you not understand?:
Write the definitions.
Answer in complete sentences.
1. What tense are the resolutions written in and why?
2. Circle all the gerunds (V-ing). What are they used for?
3. Circle all the infinitives (to + V). What are they used for?
Identify the verbs that take gerunds, infinitives or both. Classify them in the table
agree / promise / avoid / begin / like / start / stop / try / refuse / practice / enjoy
manage / offer / agree / look forward to / put off / finish / keep on / Give up / start
/ continue / learn / expect / decide / consider /
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