REMEMBER to do (infinitive) | REMEMBER doing (gerund)

  • Published on:  5/4/2015
  • In this English lesson, you will learn the difference between remember to do something (infinitive) and remember doing something (gerund).

    The verb remember can be followed either by a verb in the infinitive (to + base form) or a gerund (the -ing form). Both are grammatically correct but the meaning is very different. You will learn that difference in this lesson.

    There are some English exercises at the end of the lesson to check your understanding.

    The accent in the video is a British English accent.

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