Verbs Followed by Infinitives List
The following verbs are followed by the to-infinitive:
I can’t afford to spend any more money this week.
Why did you agree to meet her in the first place?
We aim to increase the speed of delivery.
Police say there appear to be signs of a break-in.
Are you going to attempt to pass the exam?
Historians frequently ask to consult the collection.
Have you arranged to meet Mark this weekend?
I beg to differ with you.
The leaves begin to fall when autumn comes.
Would you care to join us for dinner?
Every day is beautiful if you choose to see it.
This diet claims to eliminate toxins from the body.
We hope you will consent to act in his stead.
The high street banks continue to prosper.
He didn’t dare to speak to her.
He has decided to live in France.
I demand to know what’s going on.
They didn’t deserve to win.
We dislike to have anyone patronize us.
What time do you expect to arrive home?
I fail to comprehend their attitude.
Don’t forget to take out the garbage.
I hesitate to spend so much money on clothes.
I hope to see you again soon.
We’ll have to hurry to catch the last train.
I heard they intend to marry.
Children learn to creep ere they can go.
Ancient people like to have a declaration before war.
Men love to hear well of themselves.
Did you manage to catch the post?
I didn’t mean to hurt your feelings.
Don’t neglect to lock the door when you leave.
You need to change your eating habits.
She offered to help me move my things to my new house.
Next year I plan to travel around the world.
Would you prefer to live in the country instead of a town?
The doctor prepared to prescribe a receipt.
She was pretending to cry. I knew she was lying.
They will proceed to build another laboratory building.
He promised to collect her from the airport.
We propose to deal with this subject in the following chapter.
She refused to answer questions about her personal finances.
He had remembered to bring a pair of gloves, unlike me.
I always seem to be unlucky at cards.
The child started to sob when he couldn’t find his mother.
I’m working in the garden and I stop to smoke.
He struggled to keep his footing on the slippery floor.
Do you swear to tell the whole truth?
They threatened to ban the book.
We tried to confuse the enemy.
They volunteer to teach introductory courses.
I can’t wait to see you.
I want to watch TV.
I wish to insert an advertisement in your newspaper.
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