Element FORM: 'LIKE' + 'TO'-INFINITIVE OR + '-ING'
SuperCat VERBS
SubCat patterns_with to and -ing
Lexical Range N/A
Level A1
Cando Can use 'like' followed either by a 'to'-infinitive or an '-ing' form, with no change in meaning.
Corrected Learner Example I like to work with my teacher. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Italian; Pass)

I don't like to eat at College. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Italian; Pass)

I like reading lots of magazines. (Hungary; A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2010; Hungarian; Pass)

I don't like doing homework in college. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Thai; Pass)

I like learning grammar. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Polish; Pass)

I like travelling by car. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2011; Others; Pass)
Uncorrected Learner Example I like reading lots of magazines. (Hungary; A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2010; Hungarian; Pass)

I don't like doing home work in college. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Thai; Pass)

I like learning grammar: Present Continues, Present Simple, Past Simple, and new things. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Polish; Pass)

I like traveling by car. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2011; Others; Pass)

I like to work with my teacher. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Italian; Pass)

I don't like to eat at College. (A1 BREAKTHROUGH; 2007; Italian; Pass)
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