infinitive or -ing forms

She wants to teach them.

She enjoys teaching them.

She likes to teach them.

She likes teaching them.

She hates to teach them.

She hates teaching them.

She stopped teaching them.

She stopped to teach them.

He was writing something, but when I went in, he stopped to talk.

He was making a lot of noise, but when I went in he stopped talking.

She is busy teaching them.

She is busy to teach them.

She must remember to teach them.

She doesn’t remember teaching them.

She tried to teach them.

She tried teaching them.

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