A Its hot Lets go out for a cold drink B Id prefe r to stay at home and have

A its hot lets go out for a cold drink b id prefe r

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A: It’s hot. Let’s go out for a cold drink. B: I ’d prefe r to stay at home and have a drink. Compare: Compare: I’ d rather stay at home and have a drink. P.53 P.53
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8 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.53 P.53 4 When verbs such as advise and allow are followed by a personal object ( me, us, etc.), they require the use of the to- infinitive. Without the personal object, the gerund is used. He advised an Octopus card. They won’t allow here. buying us to buy parking us to park
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9 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.54 P.54 We can use the bare infinitive (the infinitive without to ) or verb + - ing after see, notice, watch, observe, hear, overhear, feel, etc. if the action is in progress. I saw him talking on the phone, so I thought I’d better wait. We use the bare infinitive when we see, hear, etc. an action from beginning to end. People rushed to help the old man when they saw him fall into the water.
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10 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage 7.2 7.2 to to -infinitive or - -infinitive or - ing ing P.54 P.54 The verbs below may be followed by the to -infinitive or - ing , depending on the meaning we want to express.
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11 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.54 P.54 remember/forget We use the - ing when we remember / forget something after we do it. I remember meeting you at John’s party last month. We use the to -infinitive when we remember / forget something before we have to do it. I must remember to post the letter for you on my way to school tomorrow.
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12 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.54 P.54 try When we try to do something, we make an effort to do it. Tom: You’re late. Pat: Sorry. I tried to get a taxi, but I couldn’t. When we try doing something, we do it and see what happens. Tom: I can’t get this price sticker off my new mug. Pat: Why don’t you try soaking the mug in water?
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13 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.54 P.54 stop If we stop doing something, we no longer do it. When the teacher came in, the students stopped talking . If we stop to do something, we stop what we are doing so that we can do something else. While on his way to work, he stopped to buy a newspaper.
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14 Unit 7 Verb + Unit 7 Verb + to to -infinitive/bare infinitive or - -infinitive/bare infinitive or - ing ing DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.54 P.54 go on (= continue ) We use go on + - ing to describe something that continues.
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