verbi seguiti dal gerundio

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Admit

He admitted cheating on the test.

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Advise

I advised seeing a doctor.

Nota: se seguito da nome o pronome si usa l’infinito

I advised them to see a doctor.

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Allow

Poll finds majority would allow smoking in bars.

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How can I convince my dad to allow me to smoke Marijuana?

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Anticipate

Guests who anticipate arriving after 8 PM should contact the residence directly before 7 PM.

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Appreciate

I appreciate him helping me with my work.

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Avoid

How to avoid talking to people.

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Can’t help

Why is it that I can’t help seeing any other man with my sisters?

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Can’t see

I just can’t see paying for something that I can get free.

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Complete

I complete writing my book.

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Consider

What city in California should I consider moving to?

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Defend

I don’t defend him doing it on the job.

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Delay

Don’t delay doing good!

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Deny

He denied committing the crime.

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Despise

I really despise talking to other people on the phone.

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Discuss

We discussed working with him.

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Dislike

She dislikes working after 5 PM.

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Encourage

I encourage paying attention in class.

Nota: se seguito da nome o pronome si usa l’infinito

How to encourage him to call you.

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Enjoy

We enjoy working here.

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Imagine

Could we imagine working without breaks or lunch?

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Involve

This job involves travelling, receiving free ongoing training and going overseas on a regular basis.

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Keep

I keep looking for something more.

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Mention

He mentioned doing it in his post.

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Mind

Would you mind sending me your site URL so I can look at it?

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Miss

I miss living in a big city.

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Permit

Does the Hindu Religion permit eating non vegetarian food?

Nota: se seguito da nome o pronome si usa l’infinito

They didn’t permit him to leave the country.

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Postpone

He postponed returning to the studio.

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Practice

I practice cooking very frequently.

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Recall

I recalled doing my shopping.

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Recollect

She recollected living in Florence.

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Recommend

Where do you recommend living in New York?

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Report

Someone saw and reported him stealing it.

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Require

The certificate requires completing two courses.

Nota: se seguito da nome o pronome si usa l’infinito

The certificate requires students to complete two courses.

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Resent

I resented him stealing an hour of my time without permission.

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Resist

I can’t resist asking Obama for his autograph.

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Risk

Don’t risk being caught.

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Suggest

I don’t suggest living here unless you are rich.

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Tolerate

We do not tolerate them talking back to us or talking disrespectful.

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Understand

The chemistry between her and John was never that great, so I could understand him leaving.

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Urge

They urge recycling bottles and paper.

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They urge citizens to recycle bottles and paper.


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