Here is a list of common verbs that, if followed by a verb, that verb needs to be in the gerund form.
He admitted driving too fast.
He could avoid having a drink on his birthday.
If you carry on eating too much, you’ll get fat.
Helen is considering buying a house.
Don’t delay saving for your retirement!
She denies having any involvement in the crime.
I dislike calling my parents.
I can’t help feeling sorry for him.
I enjoy reading crime novels.
When you finish writing the report, can you please call Mr Rogers back?
He just can’t give up smoking.
Can you imagine living next door to a baby?
My job includes dealing with the general public.
The job doesn’t involve using computers.
If you keep on lying to her, she’ll leave you.
Don’t mention going to the shops this afternoon.
I don’t mind cleaning up after dinner.
I really miss seeing him every day.
If you don’t practise playing the guitar, you’ll never be famous.
I don’t want to risk catching a cold.
May I suggest keeping quiet about his money problems?