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Forms. Unit 13 (2ºBach). Olga Gonzalo Perán Guadalupe Pérez. When do we HAVE to use ING ?. It is used to express different grammatical functions. ING as the object of a verb. I dislike travell ing by ship. I love go ing to my friend’s house. ING as the subject of a verb.
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Forms Unit 13 (2ºBach) Olga Gonzalo Perán Guadalupe Pérez
When do we HAVE to use ING? It is used to express different grammatical functions. ING as the object of a verb. I dislike travelling by ship. I love going to my friend’s house. • ING as the subjectof a verb. Travelling abroad broadens the mind. Smoking is the worst thing for our lungs.
When do we HAVE to use ING? There are some verbs which always followed by ING Like Love Mind Miss Practise Prefer Remember Resent Risk Start Stop Suggest Try Admit Avoid Begin Consider Delay Deny Dislike Enjoy Forget Hate Imagine Intend If followed by infinitive: Same meaning Different meaning I considered living in Ireland for a while. I don’t remember telling anyone your secret. He tried to do it a different way. He tried doing it a different way.
When do we HAVE to use ING? But also can be followed by passive -ING ** Verbs need, want and require + (-ING) = Passive meaning The machine needs servicing. The car requires fixing. The boy wants being the first. Being + past participle She enjoys being looked after She loves being visited on Saturdays.
When do we HAVE to use ING? Always After a preposition. Heidi never tires of listening to her grandpa’s stories. You should spend more timeon studying than you do. He is not interested inlistening to you anymore. The apologized for being late.
When do we HAVE to use ING? ING form follows some common phrases. It’s worth going to the Mediterranean coast I play the guitar as well as playing the piano • It’s worth • As well as • Is no good / use It’s no use crying; anything will change
There’s no point in going out, today is awful • There’s no use / point in • Instead of • Can’t help • To be / get / become used to Let’s take the car instead of walking so far I can’t help laughing whenever I see that film After a few years of travelling by tube, I’ve got used to people ignoring each other
When do we HAVE to use ING? In formal EnglishDeterminers + (-ING) = Possessive Does my listening to the radio bother you? Does my singing annoy you?