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335 COMMENTS

Many thanks, Aleks

ziuk1920

Is a good lesson teacher

Juan

    Dear Alex, Thank you very much for all your lessons it helps me to improve my English a lot.

    Samnieng Thammavong

      Dear Alex, Thank you very much for all your lessons it helps me to improve my English a lot.

      marlo35

I did it 100% before I watched the lesson :)
this is second times :)

hrv84

    great

    misariya83

      Hi. I am agree with you Thanks
      Sher M Akbar from Afghanistan Kabul

      sher M Akbar

      can we prtaice english? if yes.. u can write me shouks at gmail dot com

      tnx

      shouks

      Yeah.. tnx misariya83
      and what about you ? what did you do ? ;)

      hrv84

      wow, you’re a nice girl, if you wish we can talk each other im my skype, what do you think?
      my skype is:ailton.rios90

      Boy Rios

    Hi how are you. Do you want to practice English? If you want u can write me dilos0910@ yahoo.com

    misariya83

      Hi
      I am excellent, Thanks, and you?
      I’m afraid to write to you through email as nowadays, there are plenty of spams and I have already got enough.
      Apologies my being rude!

      hrv84

      Hi i need to be accompanied to practice more english ..that will be pleasure to me to join you via skype or facebook….greetings.

      Dr Youcef

    you should say ”second time”!Pay attention to details!

    nori.maki

      Actually, I should’ve said: “This is THE Second Time.”
      But anyway, Thanks for your note.

      hrv84

    good

    Cuongdksn

Hello Alex
Thanks for lesson.
Im curious if You remember polish lang?
mam nadzieję,że tak :)

mieto1969

    Tak, ale duzo tez zapomnialem. :)

    Thanks for your support!

    Alex

      can you please teach me how to use preposition “of” please……

      Thank you…….

      David

Hi, I’m amazed to find you, these classes are helping me a lot, I wish I would of known of you long time ago. I thank all of you teachers for such wonderful help!

Taty Hidalgo

thanks……

studantina

By the way, the resource page for gerunds and infinitives will be up in a day or two! Sorry for the delay!

Alex

Thank you very much for teaching us. I like EngVid.com. I hope thousand thousand people who want to improve English in the world like watching your and Engvid.com teaching.

Appreciate

Thanks

ariunbolor

    Thank you very much!

    Alex

Very nice video! In my opinion, this subject (infinitive/gerund) is very very annoying to remind, there are so many verbs hehehehe thanks Alex, you explain very well!

xanlabega

well its a great lesson thanks a lot alex

aguilera

This gonna be g8 help for those people who simple mistakes while writing or speaking. Excellent job Alex, Quite interesting. Keep it up!!

engvivid85

I like to listen to your lesson.

lin siew ong

Hello Alex! Thanks for your excellent teaching on 10 common verbs followed by infinitives!!!

Appolo Chakma

thanks alex

hossam

love it.

mhasan

Thank you Alex!

Misha

Thankyou teacher.

boogydoggy

Thank you very much for teaching us. I like EngVid.com.

abdou1995

Thanks Alex! It`s very useful

olll987

thanks

ahmed

Thanks Alex, I like very much your lesson, can you give me the list of verbs like enjoy and regret, that we must follow it with gerund

safa85

    Stay tuned! I have a lesson coming about 10 common gerunds!

    Alex

      Please Alex, and give us a lesson about verbs which can be followed by infinite/base form or by gerund but sometimes take a different meaning.

      Thank you for your lessons!!

      lucivigo

Thanks Alex!

vinhson1987

hi Alex, very good understanding. do more business classes. ciao Mario

mariotto

Thanks, I enjoy your lesson.
You always speak slowly and very clear. You are the best teacher:)

lucia

You are the best teacher Alex.You teach from the heart. Thank you so much !

Angel

thank you for your lesson alex, is very intersting and useful

karim

thanks so mush it was a good lesson

adeleo

thank you dear Alex, it was really useful, and a small question too :)

isn’t this correct even in informal speeches???
“I hope see you there!”

i think i hear it some times :)
thank you again for all notes that you’ve taught us…

Dado

    In formal or informal situations, the only correct answer is “I hope to see you there.” :)

    Alex

Thank you for good teaching.
I didn,t know ‘regret’ use gerund not to do infinitives.

seungsok

A few question:
1. “agree” — Alex, you said that “They agreed to make the deal”, but can we say “They agreed making the deal”? I mean, the first sentence means that they agreed to something and that’s why they’re making the deal. But in the second one, they could agreed to something by making a deal. Am I right?

morfik

    2. “stay home” or “stay at home”, are both correct?

    morfik

      Yep! Both are right!

      Alex

        <<>> I thought that the structure was ” could+bare infinitive”.
        Regarding “stay home”, “stay at home” or even “stay” are correct.

        aroibas

    Yes, it’s similar to saying something like “Having made the deal, they agreed to meet again the following week.”

    Alex

Very important and well explained lesson, I enjoy listenining to your lessons…thanks a million

argenis

Helo Alex, I am from Brazil. I enjoy very much your lesson. Every day I listen the video. thanks so much

rgcosta17

I have Alex, I have seen this in your lesson “on time” is that correct or this is correct “In time”?

Mushtaq

thank you for your lesson

chaunguyennha

very good lesson

francky87

Was `regret` discussing in vid? Cant recall

cter

This is my first visit to the webside and I believe will be very helpful for my English. I will come back.

Luis

Hi ALEX,
You teach so nicely that i could not find appropriate words to praise your awesome method of teaching.
Thank you so very much.

AAMIR

    Thank you very much. I appreciate the kind words.

    Alex

Thanks.

barreto

Many thanks Alex! I learning English with your lessons every day. I hope that I can speak English well :)

Alexander Gritsuk

Thanks Alex
** it would have been better if you had summerised the verbs so as to be learnt easily . For example (fan boys) stands for the first letters of the conjunctions.
thanks again!!!

brala

What about the verb “must”? It’s neither followed by an infinitive (with to) or gerund, is it?
E.g.: I must come back home.
Is it the only special case?

alane

    Must is a modal verb. Check modal verbs here.

    yankhonskiy

      Thanks yankhonskiy! I’ll do it, because I studied modal verbs for sure, but I don’t remember… :(

      alane

    Hi alane. As yankhonskiy said, must is modal verb, and you have to use it the same way you do with can, should, …

    diegohqm

I got 80 before watching video. would you like to help me teaching more about usage of tens?

mesu

Hello Alex,
Nice to meet you,…I really liked your lesson,but I’ve a doubt:How can I know when the verbs are only gerund???
Take care,

nerismarcel

    There is a list of verbs for both gerunds and infinitives. The lesson on gerunds will be coming soon, and we will also have a resource that you can download on the website.

    Alex

      Thanks Alex,
      I’m glad for learn with all teacher,
      Bless you God.

      nerismarcel

thank you very much mr. Alex, all of engvid teachers are great…!!!!

kahfie hugo

what is the difference between the continuous and the gerund, both have the ending “ing”

Kemo K

    The continuous always have some form of the verb “to be.”

    Example:
    I am watching a movie.
    We were studying at 6pm.

    A gerund has the same functions as a noun. It can be the subject or object of a sentence, as well as the object of a preposition, or a subject or object complement.

    Alex

I like th lesson a usual but I would like to seeu perhaps more verbs that needs a gerund. Maybe for a second) lesson (that’s an idea)

David

    The lesson is coming!

    Alex

Thanks Alex .. you are the best :)

sheikha

Thaks Alex

Tip

Alex:

I love your classes. Thank you.

violet37

It’s very interesting lesson .good job Alex.

towfik

I CAN BETTER UNDERSTAND ENGLISH…BUT WHEN I TRY TO SPEAK IT BECOMES DIFFICULT ……PLZZ CAN ANY ONE SUGGEST ME…WHAT I HAVE TO DO???

rafimd

I really appreciated what you have taught~

moonlit

many thanks

khalid

There are some verb to add ing.
For example .
I like summing could explain to us.
Appreciated.

khalid

Thank you

shue82

Hi Alex, thanks for you important lesson.
Question.
Which is it the best way to express the negation of an infinitive verb. For example, She promised to expend less than 100 bucks, or no to expend…?

Thanks.

Tigh Shan

    You can say it either way.

    “She promised not to spend…”
    “She promised to spend less…”

    Just depends how you feel when you say it.

    Alex

8 out of 10 I need more practice

jayzulueta

thank you very much, your lasson was wary important for me

Armenian

Hi Alex
Please I want to know if enjoy is the alone verb following by a gerund ? Thank you very much for your answer Kind regards Francis

vilainpetitcrapaud

It’s really surprising. Thanks a lot.

Kamal Ahmed

Hi Alex,
Thanks for the lessons!

Ken

Hi Alex
Is there any reason why enjoys follow the grund?

naz

thank you Alex

sophia

I learned something today. Thanks a lot

laila hassan

Thanks Mr.Alex…

replytome1991

thank you teacher

ahmed712

Dziękuje Alex

przemek

thanx mr alex 90%

mohammed

Thanks ,Alex,i knew some new things

DB Saud

i got 80 %, next time i will get 100 %, thank you very much Alex

buenchico

Thank you so much for a really important lesson!

Ilyas hotak

Thank you very much it is very useful ^_^

hourelain

I am sorry but my question maybe out of topic.

could you tell me, which one is the correct sentence?

“I was in bad feeling after I answered all of its questions”

or

“I was in bad feeling after answering all of its questions”

and why?

thank you for your answer Alex because I am really confused.

January ananda

    We don’t actually use the verb to be with the verb “feel” in this way. You’re trying to say this:

    I felt bad after answering all of the questions.

    Alex

      Thanks for answering Alex..! :)

      how if I say this :

      I was feeling bad after I had answering all of the questions

      january ananda

        “I felt bad after I had answered all the questions.”

        It’s possible to say “I was feeling bad” informally, but grammatically, we don’t usually use the verb “feel” in the continuous.

        Alex

          Woow thanks again for answering my question.

          the word “I had” in “I felt bad after I had answered all the questions.”

          is that mean a past perfect? so I answered all of the questions then I felt bad.

          January ananda

very useful! Thanks a lot!

kurte

Thanks for the lesson, I enjoy listening to your lessons

River

I want to say “THANK YOU, ALEX!”

remenyuk175

شكرا
Thank you :)

mo7amedkma

    Hello dear friend
    Nice to have you here to write about your religion Islam I have studied for three years I will be more than glad to talk about Islam via writing only through my e mail to improve my English and my Islamic studying at the same time
    Thanks
    Preemy
    Sweden

    preemy

I got 80%; Many thanks.

aidaroms

Thank you Alex. my wife would like to learn English. you mentioned that you teach over the Internet. Can you please provide more information?

venkateswarlu

    I don’t actually teach over the Internet. I’m busy enough already! :) Sorry.

    Alex

thanks Alex!!

Marcela Kuraica

Hi Alex!! Nice class I always learn a lot in your classes…

Marta

Thanks Alex for your reply

safa85

Hi, Dear, Alex,
Thanks for your always help.
Please I need your help I not be able to describe the Math for example –
1) Subtraction (-)
2) Addition (+)
3) Multiplication (*)
4) Division (/)
I am waiting for your kindly help to make about a video.
Sher M Akbar from Kabul Afghanistan.
Thanks best regards.

sher M Akbar

    This is a good idea for a future lesson. I’ll keep it in mind! Thanks!

    Alex

    Hi,

    There is a lesson regarding your question taught by Ronnie

    masoud59

thank you for your lesson

vank

Hi,
I am going to write my memoirs in english every night and send them to a person who can correct them.
does any body want to help me?

masoud2040

    Hello ( meta kolo) .? How are you today ? I hope you feeling and doing good and worm even if you live in Helsinki Try to send me your diary , your history ,your past or what ever and I will try to do my best for you because I am not working as a teacher I still studying English as you do but we can teach each others I believe it is good and useful for both of us thanks a lot for your time
    Obs
    Please only writing nothing more than writing to achieve and get our aims

    preemy

10/10 :) yes I do it
Thks Alex

hichamengvid

How to we know which one to use. Is there any pre defined rule for this

Student

How do we know which one to use. Is there any pre defined rule for this?

Student

Thanks ,I Got 9 Out of 10,But i am not happy with this becouse i know this , i have been working on my english last year but yet iam not speacking very well ,plz SOS

Kanoj

9 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

Thanks; I hope to see you in new lesson.

hhaqmal

Hi Alex Thanks;

islamudinahmad

Hi Alex!
I have such question. Im 29 old. I have no any education and Im beginner. So is it possible for me to become as russion-english translator?

kanat

    I’ve never done translating work, so I don’t know what the educational requirements are. Sorry.

    Alex

thanks teacher alex but i think they are not enough please teach us more such verbs that follows infinitive and gerunds.

syed noman shah

thanks, but they are not enough. please, teach us some more verbs followed by infinitive and gerunds

syednomanshah22

    More are coming.

    Alex

thank you,

sir

roushan khan

พึ่งเข้าไปเรียนวันแรกรู้สึกดีมากเลยค่ะ

pungpond28

Oh! Amazing
I like it.
my first time,I feel good.

pungpond28

Hi Alex..
great work.
thank you for all the notes you’ve taught us.

pirates

Thank you Alex it was very helpfull

amjadsig

I appreciate the way you make English look easy to learn.

Meches

Thank you for quizs
I got 80 marks
:) I have to try harder!

kevin2013

Hello teacher Alex, have a good day. I’ve got a doubt which is that I cannot understand why I got question number 10 wrong if the lessons says that you can say “he enjoys TO” but either ways are correct right? using the TO + base form or using the gerund form. I hope your answer, thanks for clarifying my inquiry.

jimmysaenz90

    if the lessons say** sorry

    jimmysaenz90

    “Enjoy” is always followed by a gerund. :) We can’t say “I enjoy to dance.” We have to say “I enjoy dancing.”

    Alex

      But what about the verb “to regret” can it be followed by “to” or gerund?? Both ways are correct??

      jimmysaenz90

Hello, Alex! Nice to meet you! Your name is the same of my brother…
I’m a brazilian student who wants to learn english. Thanks for this lesson. You teach very well.

I have a doubt about the quiz:

5. Which sentence is correct?
He would like to join us.
He would like join us.
I would like joining us.

I believe that the first and the third are correct, because you gave that example:
” She likes to talk/talking ”

Thanks !

Andre.AirForce

    The first one is correct. :) The last one sounds strange since I’m not sure which context you’re trying to use.

    Alex

very nice lectures..

misariya83 do you want to pratice english? can we

shouks

write me if any one want to pratice english.. i am prepararing for ielts.. contact me shouks@gmail.com

shouks

misariya83 do you want to pratice english? can we?

i want to pratice ielts.. any one interested for speaking .. contact me shouks at gmail dot com

shouks

    Hello :) I am interested

    jimmysaenz90

      you can contact me… my address is mentioned above//

      shouks

Thanks Alex

maryak

I got 10 / 10…. Tks for the class. I have learned a lot with you and all of the teachers.

gabchris

    i also got 10/1o. it is very helpful… i make note in excel sheet.. daily i review it.. to rmbr for future..

    shouks

8 of 10
hmm not the best

daniel1066

Thank you Alex! Your are Teacher!

kopiko

Thank for everything. And I did it 90%. I enjoy watching all of your videos. Good luck for everyone!!!

Nurken kz

thank you a lot mr Alex you informs me a lot

salim

Thanks a lot, but please tell me all the differences between “of” and “from”, in all conditions :)

Umar Abraham

Thanks Alex for all your lessons.

jgcaracol

Thank u so much .it was useful

saleha

That’s awesome, thank you very much Sir Alex!!!

danielnguyen

Thanks Alex, it’s great lesson.

fawaz adwani

I got 9/10 :( I’m carelessly ><

withloveexo

very interesting lesson !
Keep going Alex ;)

bahbah

thanks for usefull lessons ,Alex

abdurofe

Thanks for the lesson . Got 7 though.

shivam18

Many thank

chaiwute2110

Nailed it. 100%

Steve

I got 9/10
Thank you Very much Alex.

ramlanhalimi22

thank you mr Alex
what’s the rule when we want to use the words (ever , have been {for example to somewhere} , had been )

can you tell us about them

thank

salim46

10/10 wowww. Thanks a lot

tonbff

PLEASE people! help me improve my speaking skills! Add me in skype: mara.vzla

Thanks in advance

MaraVzla

hello, i am a new student. thanks a lot

turar

thank you Alex

mahdi

Hello Teacher Alex. May I ask you a question.
I supposed these two things(infinitive & gerund ) are function acts like noun, when we need to compleat a sentence . Am I correct?
Please correcting me. If I have misunderstood. Thank you , Teacher.

Commando 27/53

I´ll be grateful if you prepare a lesson with common verbs followed by infinitive or gerund, which change their meaning.
For instance:
Regret doing smth / Regret to do smth
Remember doing smth / Remember to do smth
Stop doing smth / Stop to do smth
Begin doing smth / Begin to do smth
Start doing smth / Start to do smth
Forget doing smth / Forget to do smth

lucivigo

please alex I average in English, what I do to be excellent in English and speak fluently please answer quickly

boshra

Thank your for your comments about “Common verbs followed by infinitives”

RAC

“to regret” is followed by gerund also…thanks

sadiki

Thank you dear Mr. Alex it was nice and easy to understand thanks aging

preemy

Thanks alot Alex I have learned alot from you

keep going like this

Yazeed

I got 9/10. Thanks Alex

khanvast26

Hi Alex
I always enjoying listening your lect.
Can you explain why Enjoy and regret take gerund? Is there any reason behind it

naz

hi Alex,
thanks a lot for this lesson it was helpful a lot, can u please show me where can i get the list for the other verb plz :)

fouzia

Hey Alex,
I really enjoy your lessons! You explain the topics in a very easy way!
You’ve said that some verbs are followed by infinitive and others by gerund.
In this exemple, we use the base form: Could you help me TAKE my luggage to my suite?
Why we can’t say TO TAKE or TAKING?
Thanks in advance for your support!:D

Elcio

why regret followed by ‘ ing ‘not ‘to do ‘

nevaeh

Thanks very much

Ramy

thank u I had 100% I’ m very happy

hope91

quiero aprender ingles desde el nivel básico y no le entiendo nada cuando habla, es decir, cuando está explicando. Entonces cómo le hago por favor ayúdenme!!

kables

Respected sir

thank you very much i got 80% ,i am happy and enjoy your lesson

satishnelluri

Thank you

vinay81g

8/10 thanks a lot >

lelo83

Hi teacher,please i wont to talk with you?

adildriss01

very good

macho

Thanks for the lesson.

cihat

thank you

hebara1658

Very nice this website, thank you Alex.

alcebiades

Thanks a lot. I am not clear about ‘formal’ and ‘informal’. What do they mean!

shans

    Formal: the kind of English you use in an essay, in business, etc.
    Informal: talking with friends, other casual situations.

    engVid Moderator

Thank you. Now, it is clear.

shans

thanks :)

mostn85

thank you alex

kuoi1988

thank you alex

vominhcu

I got 80/100 .Thank you so much for this lesson.

dine02

Many Thanks.

sultan87

i got 80 out of 100 i am so happy thnku sir :)

uzair786

sir please tell me how can we use “of” in english i know sir this que. very irritating for you but really i dont know how caan we use that preposition in english please sir send me rply as soon as possible thanku…

uzair786

Hi

Do the verbs followed by gerunds include short time action meaning?

and
Do the verbs followed by infinitives include long time action meaning?

I give some example for you understand easily.

for example:

Finish, explain, understand etc. are need to long(or some) time to exsist. Therefore. Are these gerund verbs?

Offer, come, get, decide, ask,seem etc. are don’t need to some time to exist. Therefore. Are these infinitive verbs?

chrisps

I understood. Thanks :)

mona1

8/10

nguyennhan1992

Hi Alex, if I have to make a list after ‘I like_________’
Can I say always ‘to’? For example ‘I like to swim, to run, to sing…’ or maybe I should say ‘I like to swim, run, sing…’
Thank you! :)

dorycam

thanks Alex for this important lesson:)

aduinterpreter

hello teacher.
I share one thing for my friends if I m wrong please correct me
there is difference between gerund and infinitive
to form is is infinitive
ing form is called gerund
I like to play cricket or I like playing cricket
there is difference former subject is not performing/playing cricket and latter subject is actually doing the work.
There is basis difference between gerund and infinitive please correct me if I m wrong.
saddy.butt my skpe address anyone nt understand can contact me I will clear him.
thnks
ing is called

saddymehmoodbutt

Thanks. It is very useful information.
I felt that There are two ways to express same things.

gpio8080

thanh your lesson, It’s helpful

thanh.hoa.k05

Thanks a lot, Alex!

Edinho

hi Aleks

gkdoor

i enjoy watching your videos..very helpful .Thanks a lot.Can you please teach me ‘as far as,as soon as,as well as,not only but also ,neither nor,either or’

pintuk

I got 8/10.thanks !

jimmy9x

Hi Alex, Thanks for your lesson.
I noticed in this lesson that most infinitive verbs are state verb. is it correct?

Dhammika

Thank you

dhissie

thank you!

ana.stasia

Thanks I got 80%.

Abdul Qayum

Regret is typically followed by a gerund, with the exception of the phrases “I regret to inform/tell you…”
so.. i got 9/10 :)

liona

thanks alot, I got 8/10
my mistakes was 1-regret 2-enjoy

adelbkhdr

my mistakes on the regret 9 out of 10…

Deepak workaholic

9 of 10. Mistake was on “regret” :)

kadirtigli

Thanks alex it was a good lesson :)

Jp74.fr

Thanks teacher.

Alibaashe

It’s good.

Alibaashe

great thanks

abouziyad

Hi Alex
First of all, thanks for your lessons. They are ver y useful for me. In the vídeo you made a mistake. At the beginning of the whiteboard. You put enjoy to talk/enjoy talking. And under, later in the solutions, you put enjoy verb always is followed by a verb ing form. Ir”s only that mistake for future english leaners. Bye

JavierVaq

8/10 hmmm… not bad. thx by the way.

MuhammadTaqi

Thank you Alex for such a good lesson.I have only made one mistake. I regret not to go there, the correct answer was I regret not going there.because regret(this verb) follows by Gerund, am I right? Thank you.

ia23

Thanks

robertogil

Thanks, Alex. I am learning a lot with your lessons. Pretty good!

Sanoj

thank You :)

teina

hi
if somebody wants to improve english please don’t hesitate to contact me on ЕРЖАН АМАНБАЕВ@SKYPE.COM

Kachar

need is a modal verb and when we use modal verb we shouldn’t add preposition to, isn’t it?

Anuar is from Kazakhstan

3th question was quite difficult.

Marcin S.

” I look forward to hearing from you” how is this correct. Can you explain me ?

kajal baraik

Hi Alex! I need to ask about this quiz. Because apparently something is wrong. I did twice this quiz. And I realized correct answers are different .
For ex. 9. Which sentence is correct?
Do you promise to tell the truth?
Do you promise tell the truth?
Are you promise to tell the truth?

I had done ‘ do you promise to tell the truth ? But I saw that İt was wrong. Then I chose ” Are you…. ” And ıt was wrong again. I confused ! Plaese check this quiz. Thank u for everything :)

missiremiremisi

Gam Sa Hap Ni Da. That’s what we say when we thanks. I feel Gam Sa Hap Ni Da for this lesson.

Solange Kim

    Gam Sap Ha Ni Da for watching! If that’s right :)

    engVid Moderator

Hi Alex,i have
learned more and more from you ,thanks

MOHAMMED MANS

10 of 10,
thank you Alex!

kosuma

I regret making a mistake!

nori.maki

    Me too nori.maki: I regret making a mistake
    Alex, I didn’t know how use “to regret”

    Josmer

Thank you Alex.

Nadir

Thanks so much Mr. Alex

Ali A. Ali

Thanks Alex, Please teach us English tenses. You are perfect 100%.

MG74

good lesson, I wasn’t focused about it, but I got 4…

pablovinicius

WOW,It was a great lesson from you Alex

tamer magdy

Great lesson, Alex.

I have heard at some point of my life that verbs
that talk about our sentiments, feelings are
followed by gerund, like:
enjoy,like, dislike, hate, detest, abhor and loath.

Is this true?

Sonia1234

I like all the videos, but sometimes I feel frustrated. I do not know when I will get it all, but I am stell here, even I am reading a book in English and after I try to write things about what I have read.
Thanks Alex, you give me support, thanks again

betcheva23

I want to say “thank you” :)

behi59

Thanks a lot Alex.
Please provide me with a list of the verbs that can only followed by a gerund, an infinitive or both without difference in meaning.
Please don’t forget. I beg you.

waelshady79

Hi,Alex.You r a master blaster on teaching! Bravo!

alainaldo

Sorry I guess I should have written …….at teaching.

alainaldo

Excelent! Thank you so much for your help!

Luzw

thank you

osman abdalsalam

Thank you Alex very much.

Nadir

Excelent!! .. thanks!!

Soraya Moreno

u—h
9 out of 10

hirohiro0709

Is it correct if I say: I hope that I will see you again?

Luminianis

9/10 before watching

helan

Thanks Alex, I enjoy watching your lessons.

shuehalliwell

Excellent!!

Ccruckp

Thank You Alex. I’ve got 100!

Moniquin

Thanks!

Chessman

I like to get 10 out of 10. haha. thanks!

mylee

excellent thanks you Alex

Xhelis

Thanks!

Olga Krasnodon

As I understand Infinitive plays a big roll in English languge,In writing or speaking,so I am really very interested to study very well.thanks a lot.

Enkutatash

Thanks

hanbulayoobi

thank you very much Alex. May you are fine.

EnjoyEnglish

Thanks Alex

channk

for me, this lesson isn’t beginner. it must advanced:)
thank you alex. I got 8

enerfun

100%. Thank you for the great lesson!!

Yuliia Yuliia

It’s a very hard theme for me because where is no rules and all i need – to remember all this long list of words used only in infinitives and only in gerund.

tacagero

Thanks.

challenge41

90 tnx. :)

Stellla

I got 90. I enjoy learning English.

vkachan69

Hello mr.Alex. I dont speak English fluently and I have some dificulties with my listening but,I understand everything in your speech! You are the best teacher i’ve ever known.thank you very much!

Juzi

Thank you very much. You speak very clear. God bles you

Luz Gomez

thank you so much Ms Alex

Abdelmalekk

Thank you very much

Vivimi

Thanks you very much

Marta Lopez

i got ten out of ten! thanks Alex

Nguyen Van Hau

Thank you Teacher Alex! :)

ChengPH

Thanks teacher! It’s was really helpful!

cim33br

It’s great !

ca76475

Thank you Alex for the lesson! I have question,- I regret not going there? is it correct? Thank you !

tanship

This is first time so I got 9 correct out of 10.
I’ll try my best.

Young Kyung Lee

Thank you very much for teaching us.

SUKRUT JAIDEE

Alex, thank you so much. Very useful lesson :)

conquerorfatih

Alex thank you that was a great lesson

nadia

Thank you, Alex. I wish you a very happy and friendly new year. Cheers from Athens!

pafsilipoclub

We have 9 common verbes not 10 ( agree choose decide hope like need plan promise want ) enjoy + verb.ing

Masterenglish

This is a second time in this quiz.
I got 10.
Thank you Alex.

Young Kyung Lee

I got 8/10. Thanks for the lesson!

robi75

Thanks Alex.
But could you explain the difference between sentences:
I need glasses to read.
&
My car needs repairing.
I have learned in chapter «Gerund and Infinitive. Gerund after Verbs.» that we have to use gerund after the verb «need».
https://lingualeo.com/ru/course/71/task/7117
Where is mistake?
Thank you.

Yevgeniy S

Thank you Alex, your classes are very interesting and I can understand you very well.

Siger

thanks it’s a good lesson for me

abrhale2233

thanks. 90

Satilmis

Hello! Thank you Alex 😊 I’m so happy to study english with you! my question is: does regret work like enjoy?

Stefania.hey

Thanks

Abby 25

thanks!

shihai182

Alex, Thank you very much)

Alexandr1981

I got 10/10. It was a nice quiz. Thanx Alex. I have ordered some🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕🍕 and🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔🍔 so come to party.

Adwait Shiva

Thank you Aleks!

alked98

Hi!!! This is so incredible. I’ve been learning a lot with you recently. I’ve never thought I’d be writing and talking in another language. I live in Brazil and here we only talk in Portugês. It’s difficult to find someone to practice and improve what I’ve already learned. I’d like to thank you for everything. See you!

CelsoKiul

Alex, Thank you so much! this is awesome. I have been confused about this, but thanks to you it is very clear now. this is really useful in my daily English speaking practice. Can’t wait to watch your next lesson!. Is it correct to use to-infinitive after the verb wait?

Sardes

Alex, Thank you so much!. I scored perfectly 100%.

Sardes

so so

fidel petit

Thanks Alex!

magnomsjmsj

thanks a lot! , such a great teacher!!

reda905

Alex….Thank you very much indeed!

gokhanxdmn

Hello Alex!

what about ” I’m looking forward to speaking with you”… could you please explain when do we use “to” and the gerund?

Thanks in advance!

SthephaniePHD

Thanks for your lesson !

Fabiana Beatriz

thanks for the lesson really appreciate the support you give to pupils to understand English properly e.g infinitive and gerund.

barbara789

The verb ‘need’ can actually be followed by a gerund:
The car needs fixing
This room needs brightening up a bit

Roman Nazarenko

thank you Alex! Fantastic lesson as always.Grazie!<3

AlessandroItaly

Thanks Alex

Cimmato

Hello. Thanks a lot for you¡r classes. Could you explain me the difference between Do you promise to tell the truth ? and Are you promise to tell the truth?
Thanks again

jara.58

EXCELLENT QUIZ

Amrita Singh

I got 10 correct out of 10. Thank you very much, Alex!

Kamran
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