Verb structures in English
Verb forms can be confusing in English. For instance, when do we use the infinitive form go and when should we use the -ing form going?
These are the different structures that we use when there are two verbs together in a sentence:
- Verb + bare infinitive – I can go there.
- Verb + -ing – I love going there.
- Verb + to + infinitive – I want to go there.
- Verb + object + to + infinitive – He wants me to go there.