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Unit 34. go/ going work/ working/ play/ playing etc.

We use the infinitive (go/work/play/be etc.) after:
 
will
shall
can
could
may
might
must
should
would
Tom will be here tomorrow.
Shall I open the window?
I can't play tennis.
Could you pass the salt, please?
May I smoke?
I might be late tonight.
It's late. I must go now.
You shouldn't work so hard.
Would you like some coffee?
see Unit 23 and Unit 24
see Unit 23 and Unit 24
see Unit 25
see Unit 25
see Unit 26
see Unit 26
see Unit 27
see Unit 28
see Unit 30

We use the infinitive with do/does/did:
do
does
did
Do you work?
How much does it cost?
What time did they leave?
I don't work.
She doesn't play tennis.
We didn't sleep very well.

do/does (Present Simple) see Unit 6 and Unit 7
did (Past Simple) see Unit 10 We use to … (to go / to work / to play / to be etc.) after:
 
(I'm) going (to …)
 
(I) have (to …)
 
(I) want (to …)
 
(I) would like (to …)
I'm going to play tennis tomorrow.
What are you going to do?
I have to go now.
Everybody has to eat.
Do you want to go out?
They don't want to come with us.
I'd like to be rich.
Would you like to go out?
see Unit 22
 
see Unit 29
 
see Unit 47
 
see Unit 30

We use -ing with am/is/are/was/were:
am/is/are
was/were
bracket to table -ing Present Continuous
Past Continuous
see Unit 3, Unit 4, Unit 21
see Unit 12
See Unit 47 to … (I want to do) and -ing (I enjoy doing)
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