Monday, June 21, 2021

 I can't help + (verb-ing) - English Speaking Basics

The word “can't” is the contraction of “cannot”. Combined with “help,” you are communicating something that you are unable to control or that you have trouble understanding. It can be a physical or mental action.

I can't help + (verb-ing) - English Speaking Basics
I can't help + (verb-ing) - English Speaking Basics

Here are some examples:

"I can't help thinking about it."

"I can't help shopping so much."

"I can't help working all the time."

"I can't help smiling when I see her."

"I can't help eating so much."

"I can't help loving you."

"I can not help biting my nails when I am nervous."

"I can not help smoking when I have been drinking."

"I cannot help feeling so sad."

"I cannot help remembering the things you did."


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