TOO + ADJECTIVE + TO + INFINITIVE
|WE USE GERUND|
|AFTER PREPOSITIONS:||We are interested in analysing the factors.
Some old people are afraid of going out alone.
|AFTER VERBS WASTE/SPEND:||He spent three months living in Dublin.
I wasted 20 minutes waiting for a bus this morning.
|AFTER SPECIAL PHRASES:
IT'S NO USE, IT'S NO GOOD, IT'S NOT WORTH, TO BE BUSY, WHAT (HOW) ABOUT, FEEL LIKE, THERE'S NO POINT etc.
|It's no use talking to the manager.
What about having a picnic near a lake next week?
There's no point in waiting for her.
|WE USE INFINITIVE + TO|
|AFTER TOO/ENOUGH CONSTRUCTIONS:||She doesn't have enough friends to talk to.
This coffee is too hot to drink!
|AFTER SOME ADJECTIVES:
HAPPY, SORRY, UNABLE, DIFFICULT, GLAD, OBLIGED, PLEASED, PROUD etc.
|We were sad to hear about his death.
It's really difficult to read your writing.
|AFTER SOME NOUNS:
DECISION, ADVICE, PRIVILEGE, ABILITY, CHANCE, REFUSAL, WAY, ORDER etc.
|It's a privilege to be invited to this party.
Please give me a chance to explain.