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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #61: Infinitive or ING?
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: -ing [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Adjectives-ing and ed - FOR and its use - Gerund - Past Simple or Past Continuous - Gerunds - Gerund or Infinitve - Doing, Do, To do... - V- ing or infinitive
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    Infinitive or ING?


    Infinitive or ING?



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    1. I have been accused of (to lie).

    2. My daughter hates (to do) her homework.

    3. I enjoy (not to do) anything during my summer holidays.

    4. She regretted having (to leave) so early.

    5. Have you succeeded in (to pass) your driving test yet?

    6. Have you ever dreamt of (to become) rich?

    7. The security guard prevented John from (to leave) the building.

    8. My boss told me I had (to work) until midnight.

    9. (to play) soccer is my favourite pastime.

    10. She likes (to play) tennis at least twice a week.









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