Bungee jumping looks frightening.
He brought back the wine to Japan.
Hiking Mt. Everest is exhausting.
I am dying to get front row tickets to my favorite band.
I had a lot of fun listening to that funny guy.
I hope to backpack Europe, because it is economical.
I really do not want to go to a haunted spot.
I robbed a bank and am on the run from the police.
I would love to adopt a dog, because they are cute.
It lasted until about midnight.
Love is a strong desire for teenagers.
The flower blooms in June.
The Great Wall of China is historical.
We had a party last night and we watched TV
Women have high hopes for the future.
You do not need to bring anything.
I hope I can buy a ticket. (auxiliary verb)
I made pork stew for the party. (past tense)
I went bungee jumping. (gerund)
I went to go bungee jumping. (infinitive)
If it were good news, I would like to be in the newspaper. (conditional)
If there is not enough food, it is sad. (conditional)