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    ''I finished studying for the tomorrow exam'' OR ''I finished to study for the tomorrow exam'' ? Can be any of these sentences used? If not, why?


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    "I finished studying for the exam tomorrow" OR " I finished studying for tomorrow's exam" are the correct ways of saying this.


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    What about ''I finished to study for tomorrow's exam''? Is it correct too?


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    hi
    "I am finished to study ..." is wrong to say coz some verb always takes gerund after them; therefore, using infinitive would be wrong.

    thanks

    regards

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    #5

    Re: question

    For some verbs like "remember, forget, stop, try", there is a subtle difference in the use of gerund and to-infinitive after them.


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    Ahaa...i remember now . Thanks all of you.

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