Remember, Forget, Stop, Try: Gerund vs Infinitive Exercise

The verbs remember, forget, stop & try are the most common verbs which change their meaning in the gerund (-ing form) and the infinitive (to form of the verb). Compare the following sentences: REMEMBER  to remember to do something is to not forget something that needs to be done to remember doing something is to have a memory of something … Read More


How to Remember the Difference Between Remember and Remind Simply put, ‘to remember’ is the opposite of ‘to forget’. ‘To remind’, on the other hand is to make sure that somebody else doesn’t forget something. Compare the following: Remember:  Remember to buy milk at the supermarket. Remind:  Please remind her to brush her teeth before she goes to bed. Remember:  … Read More