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Where the infinitive or gerund fits in a sentence

ALEXANDER CHAGEMA

The infinitive can be used after certain verbs; see, talk, dislike prefer, love, hate.

Where the infinitive or gerund fits in a sentence

By Alex Chagema | 1 year ago

Use ‘would’ together with action verbs only

Use ‘would’ together with action verbs only

More importantly, it makes reference to what is definite yet conditional because of words like ‘if’.

Alex Chagema | 1 year ago

The prefix 'in' is not always a negation

The word 'invaluable', far from appearing to diminish value, refers to something of such great value that the value cannot be quantified.

Alex Chagema | 1 year ago

We must be vigilant until Shabaab is defeated

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