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    Want to know more about "Gerund","Infinitive with to"

    Please add more example about "Gerund" , "Present Participle" "Infinitive without to, to" - Thanks.

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    Re: Want to know more about "Gerund","Infinitive with to"

    What do you mean? Do you want to know which verbs takes gerunds, etc?

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