Phrasal verbs y verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés

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phrasal verbs y verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés

Phrasal verbs y verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés

Volvemos de nuevo con algo que tenéis que conocer sí o sí para no caer en los errores más comunes del inglés intermedio o avanzado sobre todo si os presentáis a exámenes oficiales como First o Aptis General: phrasal verbs y verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés.

Phrasal verbs y verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés: ¿Qué es el gerundio?

El gerundio puede ser un sustantivo al que le se añade la forma de -ing o un verbo. Por ejemplo el gerundio del verbo «read» es «reading». No olvidéis que el gerundio puede funcionar como un sujeto de la oración (Reading is a part and parcel of learning), complemento de una oración y el complemento directo de una frase (I believe reading is imperative to learn a language).

  • Reading helps you improve your vocabulary. («Reading» es el sujeto)
  • Her favourite hobby is reading. («reading» es el atributo)
  • I enjoy reading. (objeto)

Asimismo el gerundio se forma cuando se le añade ‘not’ delante «The best thing for your health is not drinking.»  y también hay ciertos verbos que van seguidos de la forma de -ing. Estos son los verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés:

  • admit: She admitted stealing the money from her employers.
  • advise*: I’d advise buying your tickets well in advance if you want to travel in August.
  • allow:* We do not allow smoking in the hall.
  • anticipate: I anticipate deriving much instruction from the lecture.
  • appreciate: I appreciate receiving your thoughts on what you would like to be included.
  • avoid: The workers wear masks to avoid inhaling the dust.
  • begin*: It’s good if you begin crying, that’s the sign of cure.
  • can’t bear*: I can’t bear being cold.
  • can’t help: I can’t help grinning at the funny things the child says.
  • can’t see: I can’t see paying so much money for a car.
  • can’t stand*: I can’t stand watching the junk that’s on TV these days.

25 phrasal verbs en inglés que necesitas conocer.

  • cease*: Then they can cease feeling guilty and start feeling empowered.
  • complete: He completed renovating the house.
  • consider: You wouldn’t consider marrying a man for his money, then?
  • continue:  Continue cooking until the meat is tender.
  • defend: The lawyer defended her making such statements.
  • delay: She hotly denied having taken the money.
  • deny: They deny conspiring together to smuggle drugs.
  • despise: She despises waking up early.
  • discuss: We discussed working at the company.
  • dislike: I dislike being away from my family.
  • don’t mind: I don’t mind roughing it for a while.
  • dread*: I dread being sick.
  • encourage*: He encourages eating healthy foods.
  • enjoy: I always enjoy my evening meal alone.
  • finish: He couldn’t finish reading it anywise.
  • forget*: I forgot giving you my book.
  • hate: I hate having to make snap judgement
  • imagine:  Imagine doing a horrible job like that!
  • involve: Building the tunnel would involve cutting a great swathe through the forest.
  • keep: Sheep kept getting tangled up in it and eventually the wire was removed.
  • like*: Some of us like singing and dancing.
  • love*: I love swimming.

B1 B2 errores más comunes en inglés intermedio.

  • mention: He mentioned going to that college.
  • mind: He who would catch fish mush not mind getting wet
  • miss: She misses living near the beach.
  • need: The best horse needs breaking, and the aptest child needs teaching.
  • neglect: Don’t neglect paying him a visit now and then.
  • permit: Do they permit taking pictures here?
  • postpone: They’ve decided to postpone having a family for a while.
  • practice: She practiced singing the song.
  • prefer*: Generally, I prefer painting with watercolours.
  • propose*: I proposed having lunch at the beach.
  • quit*: You really ought to quit smoking.
  • recall: Tom recalled using his credit card at the store.
  • recollect: Tom recalled using his credit card at the store.
  • recommend: We strongly recommend insuring against sickness or injury.
  • regret*: I regret doing that.

Spanglish expresiones.

  • remember*: I remember meeting you one evening at the Capital Theatre
  • report: She has reported her daughter missing.
  • require*: You may require bridging finance until the sale of your own property is completed.
  • resent: I resent paying extra for my drink just because it’s in a posey bottle!
  • resist: I knew she wouldn’t be able to resist pairing me off with someone.
  • risk: You are taking a big risk driving so fast.
  • start*: Start crossing when the green WALK sign starts to flash.
  • stop*: Never stop smiling, not e ven when you’re sad,someone might fall in love with your smile.
  • suggest: Surely nobody would suggest turning him out of the house.
  • tolerate: I tolerated her talking.
  • try*: Try excluding sugar and fat from your diet.
  • understand: I understand his quitting.
  • urge*: They urge recycling bottles and paper.

¿Qué tal? ¿el listado de verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés se te ha quedado corto? Bueno, aún hay más y el artículo phrasal verbs y verbos seguidos de GERUNDIO en inglés continua:

  • adapt to: Some animals have a remarkable ability to adapt to changing environments.
  • adjust to: I can’t adjust to living on my own.
  • admit to: George would never admit to being wrong.
  • agree (with) on: The committee has until Friday to agree on funding.
  • apologize for: I apologize for losing my temper.
  • argue about/against:  You can’t argue about having an extra pair of hands. / Three considerations argue against increasing fee.
  • ask about: Mary was in the bank to ask about opening a current account.
  • afraid of: Just for once I want someone to afraid of losing me.

¿Te has dado cuenta que después de toda preposición el verbo que le se sigue está en GERUNDIO? Así que apréndete la regla: todo verbo tras preposición (cuidado con la preposición TO que puede ir seguida de infinitivo tb.) va en -ing. 

  • argue about: Stop arguing about working too much.
  • be dedicated to: Only 10% of the total area, or approx. 1,500 square metres will be dedicated to displaying works of art.
  • be devoted to: The report recommends that more resources be devoted to teaching four year olds
  • be committed to: “We’re committed to improving the community.
  • be used to: The experienced teacher is used to keeping his students at hard work.
  • be accustomed to: English people are accustomed to driving on the left.
  • believe in: Believe in living up to your dreams.
  • blame for: She was partly to blame for failing to look as she crossed the road.
  • care about: I don’t much care about going to the party.
  • complain about: Stop complaining about not having enough.
  • concentrate on: Let’s concentrate on studying for once.
  • confess to: Does anyone want to confess to being the one who snores like a freight train?

¿Quieres conocer phrasal verbs nivel avanzado y phrasal verbs C2 para tus exámenes oficiales?

  • consist of: My summers consist of going to the pool or to my grandparents.
  • decide on: My cousin decided on going abroad next summer.
  • depend on: Actual range depends on driving habits, weather conditions, terrain and the operation of electrical features in the vehicle.
  • disapprove of: Animal conservationists disapprove of experimenting on animals.
  • discourage from: Teenagers should be discouraged from going into internet chat rooms.
  • engage in: Lecturers engage in teaching and research.
  • forgive for: I think Jessica will never forgive for lying.
  • get used to: You’d better get used to doing as you’re told.
  • get round to: I’m very busy at the moment but I hope to get round to answering your letter next week.
  • give up: In other words, she must give up singing.
  • help with: The nation’s displaced workers are not receiving enough help with job-seeking
  • inquire about: I am writing to inquire about subscribing to your magazine.
  • insist on: People rightly insist on being treated as individuals.
  • keep on: No one is born a genius. Just keep on doing what you like and that itself is a talent.
  • look forward to: I now look forward to going back to work as soon as possible.
  • object to: Working people everywhere object to paying taxes.
  • oppose to: “I’m opposed to changing the laws.

Todo verbo que va tras una phrasal verb (aunque acabe en TO) va en gerundio.

  • insist on: Any police officer can insist on seeing a driver’s license.
  • participate in: To Governments Democracy is the right of people to participate in running and determining their own destiny.
  • persist in: Thankfully she did not persist in pursuing her mad idea.
  • plan on: If they do come, I plan on keeping as far away as possible.
  • profit from: Who makes a profit from cramming more climbers on to our cliffs
  • prohibit from: Can teachers be prohibited from encouraging or participating in demonstrations?
  • put off: I put off going to the doctor but I wish I hadn’t.
  • succeed in: Very few people succeed in losing weight and keeping it off.
  • suffer from: You’ll suffer from smoking too much.
  • talk about: We talked about going to Italy for our summer vacations.
  • take part in: Many people took part in bringing the lost child home.

Phrasal verbs APTIS.

  • there’s no point in: There’s no point in crying for the moon.
  • think about: Don’t even think about calling him.
  • warn about: They warned us about speeding on this road.
  • work on: We work on improving visual acuity.
  • worry about: Do not worry about winning or losing; think of what you will gain.

Fuente: Quizzlet y ExamEnglishforfree.

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