Component: Verb Phrase | English exercises

Be going to

To be going to is a structure that refers to the future.

Be going to

We can use be going to to express commands, predictions and things that are about to happen.

Be to + Infinitive in Passive Voice

We find to be to + infinitive to discuss official arrangements, orders or official instructions.We use the passive form...

Emphatic Imperative

Emphatic imperatives are mostly used for polite requests.

Gerunds and Infinitives with Verbs with difference in meaning

Sometimes, after certain verbs, we find the gerund (when acting as a noun) or the infinitive, but the meaning...

Gerunds and Infinitives with Verbs without difference in meaning

Sometimes, after certain verbs, we find the gerund (when acting as a noun) or the infinitive and the meaning...

To Be About to

To be about to is a structure that refers to actions that are going to happen very soon.

To Be to + Infinitive

We find to be to + infinitive to discuss official arrangements, orders or official instructions.

To Be to + Infinitive in the If-clause in Active Voice

We find to be to + infinitive to discuss official arrangements, orders or official instructions.We use the active form...

To be used to Affirmative

To be used to is a structure used to express habits and customs that are familiar to us.When expressed...

To be used to Interrogative

To be used to is a structure used to express habits and customs that are familiar to us.The interrogative...

To be used to Negative

To be used to is a structure used to express habits and customs that are familiar to us.When expressed...

Used to vs To Be Used to vs To Get Used to

The structure used to is employed to talk about habits and customs that were or are be familiar to...

Verbs followed by Gerunds and Infinitives

There are some verbs that need to be followed by a gerund or infinitive.

Would Like

Would like is used to express requests or offers more politely.

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