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v If these verbs are followed by another verb, the structure is usually verb + -ing
stop enjoy fancy admit consider miss
finish mind imagine deny involve postpone
delay suggest regret avoid practice risk
- Stop talking!
- I’ll do the shopping when I’ve finished cleaning the flat
- I don’t fancy going out this evening
- Have you ever considered going to live in another county?
- I can’t imagine George riding a motor bike
- When I’m on holiday, I enjoy not having to get up early.
In this exercise you have to complete the sentence with these verbs!
Try steal meet look write make be knocked
Wash play eat splash go drive take
- Do you fancy __________ tennis this afternoon?
- Could you please stop __________ so much noise
- Does your job involve __________ a lot of people?
- I don’t enjoy __________ letters.
- I considered __________ the job but in the end I decided against it
- If you use the shower, try and avoid __________ water on the floor.
- Jack gave up __________ to find a job in Britain and decided to emigrate.
- Have you finished __________ your hair yet?
- The phone rang while Ann was having her dinner. She didn’t answer it; she just carried on __________
- He admitted __________ the car but denied __________ it dangerously
- Why do you keep on __________ at me like that?
- They had postpone __________ away because their son was ill
- If you walk into the road with out looking, you risk __________ down by a car.
- If a verb comes after a preposition (in/at/with/about), the verb ends in –ing.
Study these examples :
|Are you interested
I’m not very good
I’m fed up
The children are excited
What are the advantages
This knife is only
John went to work
I bought a new bicycle
in spite of
away on holiday?
- You can use – ing with before and after
- Before going out I phoned Ann
- What did you do after leaving school
- You can use by –ing to say how something happened
- They got into the house by breaking a kitchen window and climbing in
- You can improve your English by doing a lot of reading
- You can use – ing after without
- Tom left without finishing his dinner
- She ran five miles without stopping
In this exercise you have to read a sentence a then write a second sentence with the same meaning. Each time begin in the way shown.
Example : I phoned Ann and then I went out. After phoning Ann I went out
- Tom went to bed but first he had a hot drink.
- The plane took off and soon afterward it crashed
Soon after ______________________________________
- We didn’t eat at home. We went to a restaurant instead
Instead of ______________________________________
- You put people’s lives in danger if you drive dangerously
You put people’s lives in danger by ______________________________________
- He hurt his leg but managed to win the race
In spite of ______________________________________
- Bill is a very good cook.
Bill is very goo at ______________________________________
- I don’t intend to lend her any money.
I have no intention of ______________________________________
- George took more exercise and so lost weight
- He was angry with me because I was late.
He was angry with me for ______________________________________
- Tom thinks that doing nothing is better than working.
Tom prefers doing nothing to ______________________________________
- Many verbs have the structure verb(V) + preposition (P) + object
look forward to
Has Tom succeeded
I don’t feel
Are you thinking
I’ve always dreamed
She doesn’t approve
I’m looking forward
|going to America
finding a job yet?
going out tonight
buying a house?
buying me a drink
moving to London
keeping me waiting
- These verb have the structure verb + object + preposition + – ing
Did they suspect
being a spy?
passing the exam
coming to the wedding?
leaving the building
being so helpful
not writing to you
buying the car
- Jack insisted __________ out by himself. (go)
- After a long time we eventually succeeded __________ a flat. (find)
- I’ve been thinking __________ for a new job. (look)
- His parents didn’t approve __________ him __________ out so late. (stay)
- I wonder what prevented him __________ to the party. (come)
- I’m getting hungry. I’m looking forward __________ dinner. (have)
- I don’t feel __________ today. (study)
- Forgive me __________ you but I must ask you a question. (interrupt)
- The arrested man was suspected __________ in to a house. (break)
- Have you ever thought __________ married? (get)
- I’ve always dreamed __________ on a small island in the pacific. (live)
- The cold water didn’t stop her __________ a swim. (have)
- Have you ever been accused __________ a crime? (commit)
- She apologized __________ so rude to me. (be)
- We have decided __________ a new car. (buy)