I can't find one. Probably because, unfortunately, it's not that simple. There's a list of verbs which take infinitive and/or gerund constructions here
, but the situation is much more complex than it seems. A couple of examples to show what I mean : a) Recommend recommend
can be used intransitively, and followed by either a gerund or a that
clause : We recommend cutting costs by at least 15%
We recommend that you cut costs by at least 15%.
If an "empty it" construction is used in the passive, then the that
construction is the only one possible : It is recommended that you cut costs by 15%
can be used transitively and then a to + infinitive construction must be used : We recommended them to cut costs by at least 15% b) Seem
If a "real" subject is used, the to + infinitive construction must be used : He doesn't seem to be very keen on the idea. but
if an "empty it" construction is used, then (as with recommend
must be followed by a that
clause: It doesn't seem that he's very keen on the idea.
So there's more to consider than "just" the verb. The question has to be : In syntactic context XXX, does the verb take a gerund, to + inf, or a that
clause, or is more than one of these alternatives possible?
It's this sort of complication that, unfortunately, makes them so difficult and why, I suspect, no-one has tried to create a comprehensive list.