The Basic Rules Reference
|Use a gerund||Use an infinitive||Use an infinitive without “to”|
|After prepositions.||After adjectives.|
|As the subject or object of a phrase.||For motive or purpose|
|After question words and indefinite pronouns.||After modal verbs.|
|After some verbs||After some verbs||After “make” and “let”|
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I’m really happy ____________ here.
What type of verb should be used after an adjective?
I use this bucket for ____________ the water.
What type of verb should we use after a preposition?
I went to the shop ____________ some milk.
What verb form do we use to express motive or purpose?
He can __________ Spanish really well.
What form do we use after modal verbs like “can”?
___________________ a new language can be difficult.
What form do we use when the verb is the subject or the object of the sentence?
I didn’t know what __________.
What form do we use after a question word like “what”?
I should ____________ my friend.
What form of verb do we use after a modal verb like “should”?
It’s nice _______________ you.
What form should we use after an adjective like “nice”?
He’s not really interested in ________________ football.
What verb form do we use after a preposition like “in”?
I work ___________ money.
What form do we use to express motive or purpose?