Negative Infinitives and Negative Gerunds

A lot of people who study English make mistakes when using infinitives and gerunds.

And it's understandable why they do - it's difficult!

 

 

The rule about negative infinitives and gerunds

The rule is that we should say "not" before the infinitive or gerund to make it negative.

An easy way to follow this rule is by remembering the famous phrase by Shakespeare:

"to be or not to be".

 

Learn more about this topic

Here is a lesson about using infinitives and gerunds:

Here is a lesson presented to a live audience about infinitives and gerunds:

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