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Verbs Followed by Gerunds and Infinitives - timesmagazinus
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.