“Linked verbs” are verbs governed by the same subject and which are used together without any punctuation or conjunction (such as “and” or “or”).
“to begin” and verbs of movement towards someplace or goal are normally followed by a plus an infinitive.
“to stop” or “to finish” are normally followed by de plus an infinitive.
“should”, “can”, “may” are normally followed by an infinitive with no intervening preposition.
“to continue” are normally followed by the -ndo form, with no preposition.
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