Difference Between Gerund And Infinitive
Have a look on the difference between Gerund and Infinitive with examples:
Examples of Gerunds
Acting, Fighting, Playing, Working, Speaking, Learning, Thinking, Writing, Singing, Dancing, Sharing etc...
Examples of Infinitives
To listen, To avoid, To convince, To allow, To hire, To talk, To wait, To walk, To rest, To wash etc...
Note: "Gerund" and "infinitive" both of them can be used as the subject and object of a sentence.
To work a lot sometimes becomes really hectic. (Infinitive as a subject)
Working a lot sometimes becomes really hectic. (Gerund as a subject)
I like to eat mango. (Infinitive as an object)
I like eating mango. (Gerund as an object)
English Grammar Gerund
Infinitive and Gerund