I love playing tennis.
He likes going to the park.
She hates working late at office.
I don’t mind working in kitchen.
We can use ‘love’, ‘like’, ‘hate’ and ‘don’t mind’ to say how we feel about something or about an activity.
She loves watching hollywood movies.
I like being with my friends the whole day.
He hates working at home.
We don’t like going to the park.
After ‘love’,‘like’, ‘hate’ and ‘don’t mind’, we generally use the verb with ‘ing’.
I love working on maths problems.
Rajat doesn’t like shopping.
They don’t mind helping others.
He likes working for NGOs.
We say… We don’t say…
She likes cooking. (NOT She likes to cooking.)
He doesn’t like playing chess. (NOT He doesn’t like for playing chess.)