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Gerund (Danh động từ) » Usage (Cách dùng)
  Usage (Cách dùng)
 
 

We use the gerund:

- as a noun, either as a subject or as the object of a verb

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- after some verbs:

admit

intend

prefer

avoid

keep

propose

begin

like

quit

continue

look forward

recommend

deny

to

regret

enjoy

love

remember

finish

mean

start

forget

mention

stop

go

mind

suggest

go on

miss

try

hate

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  • He goes fishing on Sundays.
  • I avoid staying up late on weekdays.

- after the expressions:

  • can’t stand, can’t help

        I can’t stand living with her.

  • feel like

        I feel like going out tonight.

  • it’s no use, it’s no good, it’s not worth

        It’s not worth spending so much money on CDs.

  • there’s no point (in)

        There’s no point in talking to her.

  • have difficulty (in).

        Do you have difficulty in carrying out this project?

- after prepositions

  • She left without saying goodbye.
  • You can open the bag by cutting along the dotted line.
  • They accused me of stealing the money.

be afraid of

be good at

be bad at

be guilty of

be bored with

be interested in

be crazy about

be keen on

be fed up with

be sorry for

be fond of

be tired of

- After some expressions that end in a preposition such as:

  • I’m not very good at playing tennis.
  • Are you really interested in learning history?