AME: GRAMMAR WORKSHEET DATE: GERUNDS used as OBJECTS NESH Gerunds are verbs that act like nouns. They are formed by adding '-ing' to verbs. For example: swim swimming Some verbs can be followed by either a gerund or an infinitive (to + verb): For example: "I like / love / hate swimming." Or "I like to / love to / hate to swim." "Enjoy" and "dislike" are followed by gerunds, but not infinitives. Complete the sentences below by using the '-ing' gerund form of the verbs on the right. I often go to the beach on weekends. I like swimming. Robert has a red sports car. He enjoys skate Drive My friends hate wash swim They always eat at restaurants. 21 hunt Mary likes TV, but she doesn't have a television. :000 drive bought a new bicycle last week. I love. read wash f you like there's a great book store nearby. 60121 dance homas enjoys with lots of different colors. ทร cook tichard lives near a mountain, so he often goes in 10 surf he winter. watch like because I always fall down on the ice. am -read- st summer, Jenny tried 6 ski My brother likes seafood, so he likes paint I really hate dirty dishes! cycle Sam doesn't like to kill animals, so he never goes 4/8) fish I don't like dance - Tun I'm sorry, but I can't go, run ssion granted to reproduce for classroom use www.allthingsgrammar.com OPPO A54 with her new surfboard. because I'm not a good dancer. with you. I hurt my foot.