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The Flatmates BBC Learning English Episode 30


 

Episode 30: Career decisions

Tim:

Hi Alice, what are you reading?

Alice:

Oh. It's about maternity and baby care. They've asked me to change wards.

Tim:

But you love working in the emergency wards.

Alice:

Yes, well.I want to work with Dr. Laver.

Tim:

Dr. Laver?

Alice:

He specialises in looking after children. He's a great doctor, really friendly with the patients.

Tim:

I see. And he's not bad looking, I suppose?

Alice:

Don't be ridiculous! I'm thinking about my career.

Tim:

But you want your own children. Don't you think it'd be horrible looking after other people's kids?

Alice:

Yeah, that's the problem. So I haven't decided whether to take the job or not.


Sometimes in a sentence, one verb follows another. For example, I want to buy an electric car. The first verb is 'want', the second verbis 'buy'.

In sentences like this, there are different possible patterns. For example:

(a) I want to buy an electric car.

(b) I hate driving.

In sentence A, the first verb is followed by an infinitive.

In sentence B, the first verb is followed by a gerund (-ing) form.

The verb patterns are dependent upon the first verb. There areseveral different types of pattern. When you learn a new verb, you need to learn the verb pattern. Unfortunately, some verbs have more than one possible pattern! Sometimes, if a verb has two patterns, each pattern can have a different meaning or use. 

Here are examples of some of the patterns: 
verb+to+verb

These verbs all use this pattern: want, hope, decide, agree.

want to work with Dr. Laver.

Tim hopes to leave the stockroom soon.

Helen decided to go out with Michal.

Alice might agree to change wards.
verb+verb+ing

These verbs all use this pattern: enjoy, mind, consider.

enjoy working on the emergency ward.

Alice doesn't mind working with children.

Tim is considering changing his job.

verb+preposition+verb+ing

These verbs all use this pattern: specialise, think.

He specialises in helping children.

Michal is thinking about cooking dinner.
verb+object+verb

These verbs all use this pattern: let, make.

Dad let me keep the cat.

She made me say sorry.

These verbs have two possible patterns, and there is a difference in meaning between the patterns: like, hate, regret.

like to swim every day = I think it is a good idea to do this

like swimming every day = I enjoy the activity. It gives me pleasure

hate to tell you this = I am sorry to tell you this

hate flying = I do not like this activity

regret to tell you this - I am sorry to tell you this

regret leaving London - I left London in the past, and I am sorry that I did that
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