I'm asking for your help again :)).
Can I use either the infinitive or the gerund with these verbs?
Will there be any difference in meaning if I use this or that non-finite form of the verb?
Thanks in advance!
I reread my question again and found that it was worded rather badly. By 'Can I use either the infinitive or the gerund with these verbs?' I meant: Canthe -ing form and the infinitive both follow the verbs mentioned?
E.g. She began to cry.
She began crying.
So unfortunately the question is still open.
I'm sorry for misleading you :(((.
All of them? Together with neglect, detest, omit?
What about the difference in meaning?
Thanks! I only wanted to know whether the difference is so very great (like in I stopped to buy a cigarette and I stopped buying cigarettes).