The Infinitive – The Gerund -Participles Test B1 Grammar Exercises

The Infinitive - The Gerund -Participles Test B1 Grammar Exercises



The Infinitive - The Gerund -Participles Test B1 Grammar Exercises
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2 thoughts on “The Infinitive – The Gerund -Participles Test B1 Grammar Exercises

    • Hello, Ibrahims!
      Actually, the verb “forget” is used both with gerund and to infinitive. However, the meaning changes a lot.
      1. – I forgot to lock the door. (= I didn’t lock the door, because I didn’t recall to do so.)
      2. – I forgot locking the door. (= I locked the door, but I didn’t recall that I had locked the door.)

      I hope this helps you understand the difference between “forget to do something” and “forget doing something“.

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