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Englis

h IV B5

Verbs
followed by
a noun +
infinitive

Example:

S + VERB + NOUN + INFINITIVE


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the
advised
m

1) I
doctor.Verb

Noun

to see a
Infiniti
ve

S + VERB + NOUN + INFINITIVE


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2) Ireland doesn't allow e
Verb
Noun
smoke in
bars.

to
Infiniti
ve

S + VERB + NOUN + INFINITIVE


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3) Isabelle got Mike
Verb

Noun

to wash her car.


Infiniti
ve

Here are some verbs that are followed


by an infinitive.

decide
forget
learn
need

Example:
I need
English.
Verb

to
learn

Infiniti
ve

PAI

Soma verbs can be followed by a


noun or a gerund. A gerund is the
simple form of the verb plus ing.
enjoy
Feel like
keep
miss

Example:

eatin
Alberto enjoys g

fish.

Verb

Geru
nd

Some verbs such as love, hate, like and prefer can


be followed by a noun, an infinitive, or a gerund.

love
hate
like
prefer

Example:
Kate loves the beach.
Kate loves to go to the
beach.
Kate loves going to the
beach.

VERY TOO
AND
ENOUGH

Makes an adjective
or
an
adverb
stronger

Very

Example:
This cake is very
good

You
did
homework
carefully

your
very

Makes an adjective
or adverb stronger

Too

Has a negative
meaning

It
shows
that
something is more
than we need or
want

Too

We can also use too with


an adjective or an adverb
plus an infinitive to say
that we arent going to or
cant do something
Example:
Im too tired to eat
dinner. Im not going to eat
dinner.
Im too busy to have
breakfast. Im not going to
have breakfast.
Emily is too shy to call
Brian. Shes not going to
call Brian.

comes
after
adjective
adverb.

Enoug
h

an
or

means we have as
much as we need.

Not enough means


we dont have as
much as we need.

Example:
Youre only 16. Youre not
old enough to drive a car.

Ways for
advice

Should
You should practice your English.
(means that something is a good idea)

You shouldnt smoke.


(means it is not a good idea)

You must bring your homework


tomorrow

Ways we
give
suggestion

Lets
not
How about
and
a gerund

Ways we
give
suggesti
ons

Why dont
we

Lets

Try and a
gerund
Why dont
you

(E4) UNIT B5: Activity 2 (Groups of 2)


Read the lines, paying attention to the stress and
pronunciation. Alternate sentences to create your
song.

(E4) UNIT B5: Activity 3 (Whole Class)


Talk to the students in your class. Ask 1
question to each person you talk to. Example:
Student A: Is 19 too young to get married?
Student B: Yes, I think so. / No, I dont think
so.
Student A: I think so too. / No, I dont agree.

(E4) UNIT B5: Activity 4 (Groups of 2)


Write 5 information questions to ask your partner.
Use the verbs in the pool and either an infinitive (to
_________) or a gerund (________-ing) after the verb.
Use each verb only once.

(E4) UNIT B5: Activity 5 (Groups of 2)

(E4) UNIT B5: Activity 6 (Groups of 4)

e turns choosing a situation and ask the other students for advic

Homework
Grammar
Complete
sentence with
ideas

the Give 4 suggestions to


your the following problem.

1.-I
like.
.
2.-I
hate.
.
3.-I
love
..

Problem :
Im very shy. I dont
have many friends.
Why dont you.etc