- As Subject
Reading is useful for us.
- As Object
My hobby is reading novel.
- As accusative object
We enjoyed them playing football.
- Follows certain verb:
admit delay miss regret appreciate deny postpone report enjoy claim finish avoid mind suggest quit can’t help be used to get used to look forward to confess to object to dedicate to be accustomed to be opposed to , etc
- After possessive adjective: my, your, his, her, our, their
I wait her coming
- After preposition
I am sorry for making trouble. They go on talking, etc.
- As subject
To study hard makes us clever.
- After certain verbs
hope to plan to promise to decide to intend to agree to
offer to refuse to seem to appear to pretend to ask to
expect to want to would like to, etc
e.g.: She decided to go
- After accusative object
She asked me to call her soon.
- After adjective
He is careful to finish his job.
- After question words
I don’t know where to go. She understands how to finish her works.
- the verbs that are followed by both Gerund and Infinitive;
begin start continue like love prefer
can’t bear remember forget stop try regret