We use the Gerund after the following verbs:
admit He admitted having driven too fast.
avoid They avoid going on holiday on Saturdays.
carry on If we carry on sleeping so badly, we may need help.
consider Ralph is considering buying a new house.
delay delayed telling Max the news.
deny She denies reading the book.
dislike We dislike reading poems.
can't help He couldn't help falling in love with her.
enjoy enjoy playing chess.
finish They finished working in the garden.
give up Susan gives up playing ice-hockey.
imagine He imagined driving a new car.
include Your responsibility includes taking reservations on the phone.
involve The project will involve growing plants.
justify I cannot justify paying $100 for this ticket.
keep (on) They keep on running.
mention Did Alex ever mention playing baseball?
mind I don't mind sleeping on the couch.
miss They miss playing with their friends.
practise She practised playing hockey.
regret* Do you regret having mentioned it?
risk You risk catching a cold.
suggest She suggested flying to Cairo.


1) I don't fancy  (go) out tonight..
2) She avoided  (tell) him about her plans..
3) I would like  (come) to the party with you..
4) He enjoys  (have) a bath in the evening..
5) She kept  (talk) during the film..
6) I am learning  (speak) English..
7) Do you mind  (give) me a hand?.
8) She helped me  (carry) my suitcases..
9) I've finished  (cook) - come and eat!..
10) He decided  (study) biology..
11) I dislike  (wait)..
12) He asked  (come) with us..
13) I promise  (help) you tomorrow..
14) We discussed  (go) to the cinema, but in the end we stayed at home..
15) She agreed  (bring) the pudding to the dinner..
16) I don't recommend  (take) the bus - it takes forever!..
17) We hope  (visit) Amsterdam next month..
18) She suggested  (go) to the museum..
19) They plan  (start) college in the autumn..
20) I don't want  (leave) yet.