Daily Vitamin: GERUND OR INFINITIVE? (SMOKE)
17 / 01 / 2019

Hello, everyone! Welcome back to the Daily Vitamin.

Today we are continuing with our series of lessons about Gerund vs. Infinitive. Today's challenge is a little tricky. Here is your sentence.

Sentence: I stopped _____ (SMOKE).

Here’s the tricky part: both SMOKING and TO SMOKE are correct... but the meaning of each sentence is different depending on whether you use the infinitive or the gerund. We are looking for the sentence that means that the person no longer smokes. Or maybe you can explain both meanings.

Give us your answers on one of our social media sites (Twitter or Facebook) and we will post the correct answer later; we will also include the correct answer in tomorrow's Daily Vitamin email.

Best of luck to you!