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    about ''hate'' to do something

    Everytime that appears ''to do sth'' after a verb, can I use an ''ing'' form of the verb, as hate having to get up earlier? Thank you.

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    Re: about ''hate'' to do something

    I think you are talking about:

    I hate getting up in the morning.


    I really like kissing.


    I hate exercising.


    I like talking to Andrea.


    I like having fun.


    I like playing basketball.


    I like reading stuff.


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