Gerund v.s.Infinitive. Goals: 1. To make students more familiar with the gerund or infinitive constructions 2. Students are expected to produce more sentences with these structures. Read the letter. Dear Grandma:
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1. To make students more familiar with the gerund or infinitive constructions
2. Students are expected to produce more sentences with these structures.
How are you? I had some problem with math at school. I hated doing it—it was so difficult.
Then I decided to study really hard. Mom suggested taking extra classes after school. I didn’t want to take extra classes but I agreed to do so because I wanted to pass the test.
At first, I didn’t like missing all the fun my friends have—soccer practice, picnics, trips to the park, but now I really enjoy going to the math classes.
I learned to do long division and I practiced solving all sorts of problems and, guess what!
I promise to write again soon. Are you coming to Jason’s party? I hope to see you there.
Please note that some verbs can take either “to” or the “-ing” form, such as love,
begin, and continue.