Sentence pattern with infinitives in basic English grammar

As promised I would be discussing certain sentence pattern seen with infinitives. These are as follows 

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  1. stanleyjohn says:

    The following sentences need to be corrected.
    1. Hesitate-Please hesitate to ask help.
    Please do not hesitate to ask help

    2. Regret- Lucy regretted to jump from the train.
    Lucy regretted jumping from the train.
    I regret to inform you….

    1. Mamta says:

      Thanks Stanley. I agree the sentence is not gramatically correct. However,
      “Lucy regretted jumping from the train” – This will be an example of Gerund.

      I have changed the example, that seems to be correct.