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thanks very much Alex .

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100%, great. thanks a lot, alex :)

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Dear Alex, what do you recommend about “recommend”?)))


    I recommend using a gerund. :) There are other structures with this verb, though. It’s also possible to say “I recommend your using a gerund” or “I recommend that you use a gerund.”

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      dear alex i like you style of teaching and i realy understand your lessons would you please add me in your skype or tell me your skype id i want to ask you some questions oraly

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Hi Alex. Could you explain this example: “8. Which verb is followed by a gerund?”

it’s very confused for me…

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ups I made mistake:

8. Which verb is followed by a gerund?
can’t afford

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    The word “recommend” use gerend and to verb. You use gerend when you speak sb future mean while you use to verb when you speak sb past meae.

    Past mean : recommend ~ing
    Future mean : recommend to verb


    The answer is “recommend.” All the others are followed by an infinitive. (to + base verb)

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First i whant to thank you wery mach for you lesson and quiz. I apologize for my stupidity, but I can’t understand the last 5 tasks (beginging with “which verb is followd by a gerund”) Explain them please. Another question – is it absolutely forbidden to say for example “She dislikes to watch TV” or is it juct not recomended to do. Thank you wery mach

Алексей Окунев

    Grammatically, it’s forbidden, but in usage, it’s possible that you’ll hear speakers using an infinitive from time to time. However, it sounds really bad with the majority of the verbs.

    “I feel like to jog today.” (this sounds really wrong to a native speaker)
    “I miss to play with my friends.” (this also sounds really wrong to a native speaker)

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      Hello Alex,
      I´d like to ask you about a verb what I found in the English ressource list – advice. It is commonly followed by a gerund. Recently I found in an entry of the OALD the following example: “Police are advising People to stay at home.” Would you be so kind to explain the use of the Infinitive in this case?
      By the way, many thanks for your helpful lessons!

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Thanks Alex!, this lesson are very good to me.

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I would like to thank you for more helpful lesson.Sir I have a question if you don’t mind. Which is the correct sentence out of three mentioned below? (1)I advised John to go to school.(2)I advised John going to school.(3)I advised going to school. Thank you.


    You can use the first and third sentence, but not the second unless you change it into a possessive gerund. Example: “I advised John’s going to school.”

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thanks very much about quiz Alex

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Dear Alex.I’ve been watching your lessons for a long time.Probably i watched all your lessons.They way you speech is so clear to get it.But i wonder if you speak like you are in daily life and even if you speak like that will i able to undersant you again too ?
To make the long story short Could you make a just one video with your normal speech
Thank you :)

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    I try to use my normal speaking voice as much as possible, especially in the advanced videos. Check some of those out if you’d like to hear it. :) “Less vs. Fewer” is a good one for that.

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I got 10/10. Thanx Alx

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I like studying with you, ALEX

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Dear Mr. Alex. Thank alot for your teaching. Could you please teach us about vocabulary in teaching preschooler ? I have children who were learning at British Internatinal School-Vietnam. I am Vietnamese. Sometime i meet teacher of my child and i do not understand vhat their techer say ( all teacher are England).Thank you so much.


Thank so much for your teaching. Could you please teach us the way to talk to teacher of our child about our child’s ability. I am Vietnamese, althought i am good at english reading but my listening and speaking are very bad. Sometime, i do not understand what native english teacher say. ( Our children are studying at British International School-Vietnam where all teacher are England).So, I enjoy learning your lesson everyday.

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thanks , Alex


Thanks a lot Alex, but can you advise how to easier memorise this verbs (followed by geround).

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Thank you very much Alex!

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Thank you Mr.Alex

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Allah blesses you ,Thanks a lot :)
The question is, where can I fine the resource section. I want to see that extended list you talked about !


    It’s a link at the top of the page. It’s also linked in the description to this video.

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Find *


Very important lesson

I enjoyed learning with you ^_^


Nice Lesson ! thanks Alex.

Daksh Malik

please contact on facebook, skype
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Thank you Alex.

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very useful lesson. I enjoyed it. your pronunciation tells us that you are an immigrant to USA and it encourages us to listen your classes as it is easy to understand. thank you very much Alex, we expect more lessons from you.

amuden, india.

    I’m actually in Canada. :)

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I got 10/10 so thank you so much and keep your wonderful work :)

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As usual, you are extremely useful!
Your list is exactly what I’m looking for

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Good video, thanks so much Alex :-) !!!

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thank you Mr. Alex , you really make things very simple .

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I would like to know is there someone using wechat ??
it’s an application very popular in china , you can speak and write , very useful for language learners

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Thank you Alex for this lesson! ALL your lessons are really helpful.
PLEASE if you can make a lesson on the differnce between the sounds /b/ and /p/ because most of Arabic speakes find that it is difficalt to pronounce these sound correctly.

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alex i realy admired you


Thank you so much.

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Hi, Alex

How about “it is nice to meet you or it is nice meeting you”?


Hi dear ALEX sir you’re great. thanks for your very good lesson and for giving very useful knowledge about English.
I have some questions, hope you’ll answer them.


Suraj rai

thanks for this useful lesson

abdul kadhim

thank u mr alex you are second to none.all your lessons are just perfect.your english doctor

mohammed alhassan

mr ALEXmay allah increase in knowledge

mohammed alhassan

i enjoyed watching this viddeo!hahaha!


i enjoyed watching this video!


Thanks Alax for this lesson.
Can you explain me the below sentence please?
“I advised John’s going to school.”
I want to know what type of sentence it is and what is the actual meaning of this sentence.I am so confused.
“Thanks in advance”


Thank you so much Alex


Very interesting your lesson about “VERBS FOLLOWED BY GERUNDS”. Thanks.


Thank you teacher Alex. I really like your lessons. It’s very useful. Lily Diaz from Brazil


Thanks Alex!

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thanxxx Alex you are a very good teacher


Thank you my only mistake is ”reccomend”now I must remember that after reccomend I must write with +ing word.

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Thank you I learn something new with you today.


Thanks for your lesson using verbs followed by gerunds.


It couldn’t be better!!! It’s fantastic!!!


Thanks Alex, I feel like winning the big prize that I have you to be my native speaker teacher.I gain a lot of knowledge from engvid.com. I have just found it .

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good video, please continue with them


Actually, i watch each video several times to remember them. Can you help me to have a better way?


i get 8/10
thank you

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nice! thanks for the lecture.

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Congratulations everyone!
It is jubilee lesson – half a thousand passed.

Thank you, Alex!
Thank you, engvid!
Great job!


This very great to get 9 out of 10, realy thanks very much for the iformation which you are sharing with as

Hatim Fadl

Dear, Alex i like your lesson and i love the way u give the lesson. by the way i got 9 out of 10 cos quiz # 8 confused me so can u explained to me ?
i wanna say thanks

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    Teacher, Alex lessons are amazing. Our teacher will come and give us more explanations. Before he comes, I want to tell you about what is in my mind concerned the verb ‘recommend’. ‘Recommend’ is to tell some body that she or he would be suitable for a particular action as a noun. ‘To-infinitive verb’ never follows it. Only gerund follows it. that’s what I think. I am also waiting for our teacher, Alex’s more explanations. I hope he’ll correct my mistakes.

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hi is there any one who want to speak with me in english i want to improve my speaking power this is my skype ID (muhammad.rahman555)

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There r 500 helpful videos till now by
” kind engvid “.

Congrats guys!

That’s really nice of u 2 share ur useful in4mation with us.

God bless all,
Warm regards;
:) fatiima!

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Now I understood very well…Thank you Alex

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Hello, Alex.

All verbs which can be followed by gerunds, can be followed by nouns (objects). Is it correct?


I am enjoying your lessons. I am bilingual Spanish / English so some times I miss pronounce words in the English language in general. So hearing you helps me a lot. Thank you Alex.

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Hello Alex.
I would like to thank you. It is a very enjoyable way of teaching. And could you please explain and usage of via.
Best regards

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Dear Alex,
Your videos are all very nice. Keep up with your great job. You are my role model. How a non native english speaker can be so good in english as much as a native.
With you I can improve my english and I thank you for that

My best regards.


I look forward to seeing you. is this a correct sentence,if it is correct sentence why it is correct or wrong?.pls reply me—————————————————————————————– sirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr plsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

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engvid completed their 500 lessons .I’d like to thank u from my heart , for giving such great lessons.you have all been serving us for a long time, it will be nice to see you ahead in the future working together to give the world a common language ,so that people can communicate with no hesitation.If there is mistake somewhere pls forgive me. God bless u all with great future

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I enjoy watching EngVid vidoes. Alex, thanks so much! Great lesson!

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I enjoy watching Engvid videos. thank you very much it was a useful lesson

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it is good but it is hard to say it


Thanks Alex !!!

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in your answer to Valerye, you said to her that she could use the follow ways: “I recommend you using the gerund.” and “I recommend that you use the gerund”. I ask to you if i used “I recommend you to use the infinitive” too would be right.

Andre Luis/Saint Louis/Brazil.


Hi Alex
Is there any reason why these verbs follow gerund?


thanks alex ,I really enjoyed


Thanks a lot, Alex! And Happy Birthday!

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thank you Alex for your complete resource.

by the way, are there any verbs that are not followed by neither gerunds or infinitives?

crazy question???? sorry :D
thanks Alex

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thanks alex the lesson was unique and informative

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Tks, Alex. I memorised this verbs, but I think, it’s necessary to study the detailed list of verbs.

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thanks alex

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thanks alex for your information

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This is my 1st lecture. I am your new student. Actually I am from vernacular medium. So I m facing some difficulty in college while giving presentation and at time of group discussion. But now I m very much confident that I also can talk fluent and perfect English. I got 80%. Thank u sir.

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thanks m.r Alex

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Hello Alex-nice to see you very often.
Since 2006 I am your student,in spite of fact I had been student in one in London’s College for thre a loong years.I am a immigrant,I emigrated from Poland (thanks Emma-your Lesson about it).Since 2006 I live and work in London-I ended up my education in London College with a Certificate of University Of Cambridge.I have say honestly Engvid helped and still hepls me well every day (thanks Adam-I know every day,everyday thaks to u)
Rebecka great teacher Ronne good sens of humor-I engoyed your lesson about cars-good compare betwen we-Canada they England.
Thank you

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thank you for such practical lesson. i have heard sometimes people don’t use “to” after need and some time they used “to” after need. could you make a lesson on it when to use “to” after need and when not to use “to” after need.

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Thank you Alex. i got 100
will flow up your next

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Helo my teachers,
Helo Alex,
firstly, Thank you very much for this video and I’m really an amazing for join with you. In fact, I searched alot of time in many site in order to learn english skills but I did’nt find any place teach me except Engvid. Thanks ^_^

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Hello, I’m Dane Boedigheimer from Lichtenstein. I’m your student since yesterday. So, my quiz is 100%! I’m happy! Thanks a lot.

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Thank you Alex!!

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Thank you!

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Thank you. It’s very useful for me.

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Thank you alex .. But i’ve a Question hope you reply to me . what is the difference between these sentences ????
1- we are going to study
2- we will study
3- we will be studying .. and does last phrase correct ? waiting your reply

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wow, its very useful! thank u!

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hi brother
you are great.
your lessons are helpful.
thank you

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compete tis question tag please

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This lesson is worth knowing. Many thanks, Alex.

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Thanks a lot, Alex

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I got 10 out of 10 :D
Thanks. Alex

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ohhh Alex, thanks. We had need for these. I got 100 % .

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Hi Alex,

Thanks for your precious english help. This lesson is really awesome. Keep doing the best.

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Hello Alex,
probably I put my comment in the wrong place,
therefore I´d like to repeat my question in this place:

Hello Alex,
I´d like to ask you about a verb what I found in the English ressource list – advice. It is commonly followed by a gerund. Recently I found in an entry of the OALD the following example: “Police are advising People to stay at home.” Would you be so kind to explain the use of the Infinitive in this case?
By the way, many thanks for your helpful lessons!

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I like your lessons Alex, thanks a lot !!

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Hi Alex,my name is Neelam..I wanted to ask you that what is the difference between will & would & when do we use them in sentences & what is the use of it.and last one what’s the difference between can & could & when do we use them..pls do show the video on it..
many thanx for helpfull lessons..:)

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Thanks! Nice lesson

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Thank you Alex for your useful explanations!!!

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Hello Alex! This website is wonderful. I really appreciate your work. I would like to ask you a question. I have a problem with a word “stop” followed by gerund or infinitiv. My opinion is this (but I´m not completely certain): If I say: stop talking – it means “not talking anymore”. If I say: stop to talk – it means “meet someone, stop walking and talk to each other”. Is this correct? Thanks a lot. Pavel

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Hi Alex,

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Hi Alex,

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Dear Alex.
This lesson it is too useful. But is hard to memorize all the verbs. Can you give a Tip of how to memorize all of them?

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Hi Alex

I read in english dictionary following sentence: I dread to think what would happen if he was left to cope on his own. Is it right? You said, that after dread we have to use -ing (thinking).

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Hi alex!! What about “imagine”? Thanks in advance!

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Thanks Alex. I tried downloading the pdf of the lists of verbs without success even though I’m logged in. Are you having problems with downloading from your site?

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Thanks Alex. I have learnt a lot with your examples and your explanations.

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Thx u Alex !

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hank you Alex,Is the word “suggest” also fallowed by gerund?

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thanks Alex for your valuable lesson…

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Thank you for your lessons.
I looked for examples to “Verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives” and found some exceptions relatively two first tables in your resource.
Hear they are (with references in brackets):
• Volunteers were advised to stay hydrated and watch out for snakes and spiders. Tourists are advised to ask for a certification and look for the stamp of.
(http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/%E2%80%A2%09advise+ )
• My boss wouldn’t allow me to change my schedule. I was allowed to come in. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/%E2%80%A2%09allow+)
• I must confess to knowing nothing about computers. Confessed to have been working for an cuban exile group in miami. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/confess)
• He can’t endure to be defeated. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/endure)
• She feared to tell him the truth. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/fear_2)
• Feigned to believe it. (http://sentence.yourdictionary.com/feign)
• Omit to tell us is that no one knows the real impact it will have. (http://sentence.yourdictionary.com/omit)
• Permit me to explain. (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/permit?s=t) He found a rope in his cell that was half as long enough to permit him to reach the ground safely. (http://www.reference.com/example-sentences/permit)
• We’d recommend you to book your flight early. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/recommend)
• The house was reported to be in excellent condition. She was reported by the hospital spokesman to be making excellent progress. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/%E2%80%A2%09report)
• Shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of god. ( http://sentence.yourdictionary.com/shun)
• I couldn’t chance coming out. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/chance_2)
• He came looking for me. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/come)
• Can you really get that old car going again? I got talking to her. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/%E2%80%A2%09get)
• This shirt needs washing. (http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/%E2%80%A2%09need)
Would you like to give some comment concerning these examples.
Thank you in advance.

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Thanx Alex this lesson was very important

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i have learned some new wodrs from the resoure list shun shirk and feign could you please tell me how to use the in sentence.

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Thank you for information.

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Thanks a lot… I was waiting for this lesson. I will have a look of the rest of the verbs though…I struggle with the gerunds. Thanks Alex

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Thanks Alex,
I enjoy watching your lessons.

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Thanks, Alex.
I like your lessons

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Great job!! Thanks for that.

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8/10 Good lesson! Thank you!

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Hello Alex. I know that always after the word “ABOUT” there is a gerund.
For example:
– She is talking ABOUT buyING a new car.
– Have you talked ABOUT sellING your house?

Is it correct?

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Thanks Alex .

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thank you very much Alex

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thank you sir :)

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This video is helping me a lot. Thank you Alex

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Thanks! But I gotta a small question for you may You response me ? you didn’t explain this one ” 8. Which verb is followed by a gerund?
can’t afford ” I didn’t know how can I choose the correct one …. best luck :)

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thx alex

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many many thanks

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Thanks Alex.

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Thanks, I got 70%.

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My scores are 9/10

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Thanks for your explanation! It’s easy understand you!

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i got 80% hahahah……..
i like this lesson and thank you Alex

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I <3 ENGVID! It is helping me a lot

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In Vietnam, My teacher said me that: ” Hope always followed by gerunds :( ” Please help me :(

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Perfect Lesson.

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yes, I love the class

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nice lesson perfect

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yeah, i have got 100%, I must rempbere all this verb, thanks Alex

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Hello, Alex. Thank you for your lesson, it was wery useful for me. Tell me, please, is it correct to write traveling, as you did in your lesson; or travelling? And one more question: useful to me or useful for me? if both are used is there any difference?

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What about ‘I dread to think what happened’?

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Thanks so much, you are the best teacher, Alex.

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Thanks very much Alex .

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Dear Alex,

I am learning so much English, after I began to watch your videos lessons. they are making out my knowledge in that language! thank you so much to give us some important tips like those!

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Best choice 10. Thanks

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Tks. Alex. : )

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It helped me..thank you

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very good lesson.thank a lot

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Outstanding lesson Alex. Thanks!!

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Thank you.

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not easy …

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Thank you techers!

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thank u alex for your helpful lesson..but is there any way when we should use gerund or whn infinitive after verb..?

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hello from Turkey:) You are awesome !!!

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Hi Alex, Thank you for your lesson! Very good!!!
I have one doubt, when I was doing one test the question was: The hard disk can _____ up to 25 gigabytes of data.
a) stores
b) storage
c) store
d) storing

The correct is “d”. I don’t understand why needs to be gerund?

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    Ah the beginning of the video,Alex says “the gerund is actually a noun”

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thank you very much you are best teacher.

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I heard these verbs are about feelings or an opinion, What do you think?

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thanks very much Alex .


What’s more common verb for native speakers to use: “to dread” or “to hate”?

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easy lesson
i got 100 percent

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Thank you. I have got 10 from 10 again.
I very often understand your lessons, but I cannot speak yet. Please. make more lessons how to learn speak.

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I got 100 % thanku

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thanks Alex

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i have only 1 mistake.First point is 90 second is 100.At the first i forgot to login in :D

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Watching your video, I have a doubt about the verbs which are following by a gerund.
All the verbs you listed in the video are relative to feelings and abstract verbs. Is this a good way to select the verbs which are followed by a gerund?

Thanks for helping me!

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10 out of 10 !! great lesson , great quiz,great teacher!!

words can not describe you alex :)

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I love verbs. Thid was a very helpful lesson,
professor Alex. Thank you!

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Thanks for the lesson. It’s very useful especially in the case of “recommend” you have a point. Now I’m strongly confident that I won’t forget your recommendation.

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thanks for the lesson. i always forgot how to use ……….

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It is teachfull lesson…Could you give additional quiz questions ? Thank you very much again

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I like it!

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Alex, thx for your job!

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thank you

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hi Alex, thank you for this video, on the minute 3:12 with dread example, you said,”they’re going to gym regularly but they’re hating it.” is it possible for me to say ,”they’re going to gym regularly but they hate it.”? when are we allowed to use “hate” in continuous form? thank you

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Awesome, thanks alex

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Thank you very much Mr. Alex.

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hi Alex, I have a question, the verb admit can take a perfect infinitive as he admitted to have involved in wrongdoing

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and another one, can gerund replace with present infinitive

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present continuous infinitive

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like she admitted making a mistake
she admitted to be making a mistake

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