Thursday, 30 April 2015

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIKE + TO INFINITIVE vs LIKE + -ING

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The verb LIKE in English can be followed by either an infinitive, or an -ing form but with a change in meaning. 

I like watching old films on TV. ( It means that you enjoy watching old films).

I like to watch films in original version. (It means that you might not enjoy watching films in original version, but you have to do it to improve your English).

REMEMBER THAT "WOULD LIKE" CAN ONLY BE FOLLOWED BY AN INFINITIVE.

I'd like to go to Egypt next summer, if possible.



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