VERB AS COMPLEMENT
Verb Complement is a verb as a complement, complement verb is a word or phrase that completes the word of the subject, object, or verb
1. I will attempt to work hard
2. my friend decided to marry next month
3. my sister stopped crying when the mother came
VERB FOLLOWED BY INFINITIVE
Infinitive is a verbal consisting of particles to and from the simple form of the verb (bare infinitive) which can function as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Verbal is a word formed from the verb, but it serves as another part of speech. Another verbal gerund and participle is. As with other verbal, this word is more common to name the action (action) or a state (state).
1. To travel in this season is a bad idea.
2. To survive in the big city is my hope.
3. I want to come tomorrow.
VERB FOLLOWED BY GERUND
Gerunds are verbs (verb) supplemented ing (verb + ing) and functions as a noun (noun). In other words, the gerund is a verb that dibendakan / converted into a noun.
1. Reading is not my hobby.
2. Swimming is better than running.
3. Hiking can be very strenuous.
VERB + PREPOSITION FOLLOWED BY GERUND
Preposition is a word that is combined with a noun or pronoun, shaping phrases (phrases) that describe the verb, noun, or adjective. This word is one of the eight parts of speech that serves to show the relationship between the object of the preposition (a noun, pronoun, gerund, or noun clause which follows the preposition) with elements of other words in a sentence.
- preposition of time: at night, after lunch, during the storm
- preposition of place and position: among his friends, inside my PC, outside the auditorium
- preposition of movement: towards the post office, go up stairs, out of the hall
ADJECTIVE + PREPOSITION FOLLOWED BY GERUND
Some adjectives go with certain prepositions. There is no real pattern – you need to learn them as you meet them. Here are some examples but remember that there are many other adjective + preposition combinations that are not covered here.
- Jogging is good for your health but smoking is bad for you.
- The town is famous for its cheese.
- This taste of coffee was really sweet for the people who addicted with coffee.
1. I’m perfectly capable of doing it myself, thank you.
2. I’m very fond of this old sweatshirt.
3. Let me go out of this mess place
- We’re very pleased with your progress.
- You’re not still angry with me are you?
- Are you doing okay with me now?