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Did you escape writing the test? I don't want to risk coming late. The flower wants watering/to be watered. Would you like to know when I add new exercises? Please join my email list below. (I stopped doing something else because I wanted to have a cigarette). I regret going to bed so late.
With the same meaning: begin, advise, allow, can't bear, continue, intend, it requires, it needs, it wants, permit, recommend, start Did you continue driving/to drive? He can't bear smoking/to smoke. The verbs that have a different meaning with gerunds and infinitives. Regret + to + infinitive. Indefinite Pronouns.. (I enjoy it.) I like to go to the dentist twice a year. In other tenses they are used with gerunds and infinitives, but both forms have a slightly different meaning. The infinitive is used when we want to describe an activity that follows a previous action and is somehow connected to it. Forget + gerund. I tried to give up chocolate, but it was too hard. Try + to + infinitive.
You must buy it. (I made a pause to have a cigarette.) Mean I didn't mean to hurt you. Quantifiers. (I made an experiment with my mobile.) I tried to call him because I needed to meet him. If the verbs advise, allow, permit, recommend are used with the indirect object, they are followed by infinitive. She tried giving up chocolate, but it didn't help her lose weight. She gave it up to see if it would help her lose weight, but it didn't).
Remember + to + infinitive. Try an exercise about gerunds and infinitives with these verbs here. The infinitive without to (bare infinitive) is used as follows. After the expressions it needs/requires/wants gerund is more common than infinitive. Excuse me for being late.