Verbos Seguidos de Gerundios o infinitivos en Inglés

Verbos Seguidos de Gerundios o Infinitivos en Inglés
He continued watching Netflix shows for hours

Verbos Seguidos de Gerundios o Infinitivos en Inglés

Los verbos pueden ser seguidos de gerundios o infinitivos.

Un gerundio es un verbo que termina en «ing» que funciona como un sustantivo.

Un infinitivo es la forma básica o raíz de un verbo, generalmente precedido por «to».

Los verbos seguidos de gerundios o infinitivos deben ser memorizados

Comprender cómo funcionan estas palabras es un paso crucial en el desarrollo de sus habilidades en inglés.

100 Verbos Seguidos de Gerundios o Infinitivos

Esta lista de verbos seguidos de gerundios o infinitivos dividida en 2 partes

  • 60 Verbos Seguidos de Gerundios
  • 40 Verbos seguidos de Infinitivos

60 Verbos Seguidos de Gerundios

Esta es una lista de verbos seguidos de gerundios con sus ejemplos respectivos para facilitar el entendimiento y aprendizaje de los mismos.

VerbExample
admitHe admitted cheating on the test.
AcknowledgeShe acknowledged receiving assistance.
advise The doctor generally advised doing exercises
allow Ireland doesn’t allow smoking in bars.
anticipateI didn’t anticipate having to do the cooking myself
appreciateI appreciated her helping me.
avoidShe always avoid going to the dentist 
begin I began learning English when I was 16 
can’t bear He can’t bear talking to his old classmates
can’t helpHe can’t help bringing that topic again and again
can’t seeI can’t see paying so much money for a car.
can’t stand He can’t stand her smoking in the office.
cease The government ceased providing free healthcare.
completeHe completed renovating those two buildings
considerShe considered moving to an European country
continue He continued watching Netflix shows for hours
defendThe lawyer defended her making such statements.
delayHe delayed doing my exercises routines
deferShe deferred writing my thesis.
denyHe denied committing crimes in Colombia
despiseShe despises waking up early.
discussWe discussed working at the company.
dislikeShe dislikes working in those big companies.
don’t mindI don’t mind helping you.
dread She dreads getting up at 5 AM.
encourage He encourages eating healthy foods.
enjoyWe enjoy hiking and camping in the mountains
finish He finished playing video games around midnight
forget I forgot giving you the money for the rent
hate I hate cleaning windows and toilets
imagineI can’t imagine living in a haunted house
involveThis procedure involves testing each sample twice.
intendI hear they intend marrying.
keepThey keep interrupting our conversation
like She likes cooking and writing recipes
love I love jogging and running in the mountain
mentionHe mentioned going to a private university
mindDo you mind waiting here for a few minutes.
missShe misses living near the coast
need The house needs cleaning.
neglect  She neglected doing her homework.
permit Costa Rica does not permit smoking in restaurants.
postponeHe postponed returning to Paris.
practiceShe practiced singing all Coldplay songs
preferHe prefers sitting at the back of the movie theater.
propose I proposed having lunch at the beach.
quit She quit worrying about her misbehaved son
recallTom recalled using his credit card at the store.
recollectShe recollected living and studying in Netherlands
recommendMike recommended taking the train to Boston
regret She regretted being friends with that kind of people
rememberShe remembered visiting her old school friends
reportHe reported her stealing the money.
require The certificate requires completing two courses.
resentI  resent having to do their military service.
resistHe resisted asking for money and help
riskHe risked being caught when he was in Honduras
start He started studying harder for his tests
stop She stopped attending church in 2016
suggestShe suggested staying in the Bates Motel
supportFive things that you can do to support recycling
tolerateWe don’t tolerate smoking in the library
try Sam tried opening the lock with a paperclip.
understandI understand his joking
urge They urge recycling plastic in all of its forms

Verbos Seguidos de Infinitivo

Esta es una lista de verbos seguidos de infinitivos

afford I can’t afford to buy another car
claim  He claims to have met the president, but I don’t believe him.
fail She failed to pass the test
learn  I’m learning to play the piano.
promise  He promised faithfully to call me every week.
strive  We must strive to narrow the gap between rich and poor.
agree  They agreed not to tell anyone about what had happened.
guarantee  picture of the sea is guaranteed to make me feel sick.
long  She longed to see him again.
propose  I do not propose to reveal details at this stage.
swear  New gang members must swear to obey the gang leaders at all times
consent  I’ve consented to lend her my car.
happen  She happens to like cleaning
manage  only just managed to finish on time
prove   The new treatment has proved to be a disaster.
tend  We tend to get cold winters
aim They are aiming to increase sales by 25% 
appear  Things aren’t always what they appear to be.
decide  In the end, we decided to go to the theatre.
offer  My father offered to take us to the airport.
refuse  On cold mornings the car always refuses to start.
threaten  They threatened to kill him unless he did as they asked.
arrange  They arranged to have dinner the following month.
demand  I demand to see the manager.
have I have to make some hard decisions
prepare  Are the players mentally and physically prepared to play?
resolve  The company resolved to take no further action against the thieves
trouble  Could I trouble you to open that window?
bother  He hasn’t even bothered to write.
determine On leaving jail, Joe determined to reform.
hesitateI hesistated to contact her
pretend I pretended to be dead
seek He sees to be champion again
care He doesn’t care to participate in the activity.
hopeI hope to get a new job
proceedThey proceeded to cut down the trees
seem She seems to have a problem wth you
volunteer She volunteered to build houses

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