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A gerund is a verb + 'ing' = watching An infinitive is 'to' + verb = to watch You cannot use both in a sentence, choose one.  For example: I like to swimming.  (INCORRECT).  I like to swim.  OR I like swimming.

A gerund is a verb + 'ing' = watching An infinitive is 'to' + verb = to watch. You cannot use both in a sentence. For example: I like to swimming.

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Past Simple – WAS, WERE – game designed by EngliSHip Past Simple – HAPPY FAMILIES cards for teaching the irregular verbs Past Simple – irregular verbs – board game Pas…

Some instructions to describe an object and some practice. The vocabulary given help the students to answer the typical questions used to describe objects: shape, colour, shape, components, materials...Part 2 here:https://en.islcollective.com/resources/printables/worksheets_doc_docx/how_to_describe_objects_-_part_22/preintermediate-a2/96269 - ESL worksheets

Some instructions to describe an object and some practice. The vocabulary given help the students to answer the typical questions used to describe objects: shape,.