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Glossary of the infinitive and the gerund as the direct object

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admit -> infinitive or gerund?
-She admitted having driven the car without insurance.
advise -> infinitive or gerund?
-He would advise buying your ticket well in advance if you want to travel in August.
afford -> infinitive or gerund?
-I can't afford to buy it.
anticipate -> infinitive or gerund?
-They anticipate moving to bigger premises by the end of the year.
appreciate -> infinitive or gerund?
-I don't appreciate being treated like a second-class citizen.
agree -> infinitive or gerund?
-They agreed to help us.
avoid -> infinitive or gerund?
-She avoided answering my question.
discuss -> infinitive or gerund?
-We briefly discussed buying a second car.
ask -> infinitive or gerund?
-He asked to come with us.
dislike -> infinitive or gerund?
-I dislike being away from my family.
stand -> infinitive or gerund?
-She couldn't stand being kept waiting.
care -> infinitive or gerund?
-I can't care to see that show.
beg -> infinitive or gerund?
-He begged to come with us.
finish -> infinitive or gerund?
-Be quiet! He hasn't finished speaking.
can't help -> infinitive or gerund?
gerund
consent -> infinitive or gerund?
-She finally consented to answer our questions.

v. to sth зөвшөөрөх, зөвшөөрөл олгох. n. зөвшөөрөл.

decide -> infinitive or gerund?
-I have decided to leave on Monday.
keep -> infinitive or gerund?
-Keep smiling
-I'm very sorry to keep you waiting = Huleelgesend uneheer sorry
-Don't keep on interrupting me!

mention -> infinitive or gerund?
-Did I mention going to see Vicky on Sunday?
demand -> infinitive or gerund?
-I demanded to know who is responsible.
deserve -> infinitive or gerund?
-She deserves to win the prize.
mind -> infinitive or gerund?
-Did she mind not getting the job?
miss -> infinitive or gerund?
-She narrowly missed hitting him.
expect -> infinitive or gerund?
-I expect to enter graduate school in the fall.
hesitate -> infinitive or gerund?
-Don't hesitate to ask for my help.
postpone -> infinitive or gerund?
-It was an unpopular decision to postpone building the new hospital.
practise -> infinitive or gerund?
-Practise reversing the car into the garage.
fail -> infinitive or gerund?
-She failed to return the book to the library on time.
quit -> infinitive or gerund?
-I have quit smoking.
recall -> infinitive or gerund?
-I can't recall meeting her before.
hope -> infinitive or gerund?
-Jack hopes to arrive next week.
-She is hoping to win the gold medal.
recollect -> infinitive or gerund?
-I recollect his saying that it was dangerous.
recommend -> infinitive or gerund?
-He recommend reading the book before seeing the movie.
-We would recommend you to book your flight early.
learn -> infinitive or gerund?
-He learned to play the piano.
manage -> infinitive or gerund?
-She managed to finish her work early.
resent -> infinitive or gerund?
-He bitterly resents being treated like a child.

v. дургүйцэх, эгдүүцэх. resentful [ri'zentful] adj. дургүйцсэн, эгдүүцсэн.

resist -> infinitive or gerund?
-The bank strongly resisted cutting interest rates.

v. 1. эсэргүүцэх. 2. сөрөх, эсрэг зогсох. 3. тэвчих, биеэ барих.

mean -> infinitive or gerund?
-This new order will mean working overtime.
need -> infinitive or gerund?
-This shirt needs washing.
1.mean -> infinitive or gerund?
-I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.
-I need to get some sleep.
1.need -> infinitive or gerund?
-He needs to win this game to stay in the match.
-I need to have your opinion.
risk -> infinitive or gerund?
-They knew they risked being arrested.
suggest -> infinitive or gerund?
-I suggested going in my car.
offer -> infinitive or gerund?
-They offered to help us
promise -> infinitive or gerund?
-I promise not to be late.
tolerate -> infinitive or gerund?
-She refused to tolerate being called a lair.

v. 1. тэсэх, тэвчих, даах. 2. зөвшөөрөх. toleration [,t£l…'reiЗn] n. тэвчээр.

understand -> infinitive or gerund?
-I quite understand you needing some time alone.
prepare -> infinitive or gerund?
-We prepared to welcome them
-I was preparing to leave.
pretend -> infinitive or gerund?
-He pretends not to understand.

v. 1. дүр үзүүлэх, бааш гаргах, маяглах. 2. өрсөлдөх, эрмэлзэх, горилох.

continue -> infinitive or gerund?
-The rain continued falling all afternoon.
-She wanted to continue working until She was 60.
put off -> infinitive or gerund?
-The accident put her off driving for life.

v. хойш тавих, холдуулах, унтраах, хүсэлгүй болгох

plan -> infinitive or gerund?
-I am planning to have a party.
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can't stand -> infinitive or gerund?
gerund
would mind -> infinitive or gerund?
-Would you mind leaving us alone for a few minutes?
-Would you mind explaining that again, please?
be busy -> infinitive or gerund?
-She is busy cooking.
-They are busy enjoying themselves at the party.
have a problem -> infinitive or gerund?
gerund
wish -> infinitive or gerund?
-She wishes to come with us.
-I don't wish to be rude, but could you be a little quieter?
refuse -> infinitive or gerund?
-I refuse to believe his story.
-She refused to accept that there was a problem.

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