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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104475: Gerund and infinitive
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    Gerund and infinitive


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    1. I am fond of (walk) in the rain, especially when it is drizzling.

    2. Ms. Smith wants you (get) it done as soon as possible.

    3. Robert is interested in (sit) by the fire at night when he goes camping.

    4. I would rather (have) some coffee than tea.

    5. He enjoys (drive) his car on the country roads.

    6. I don't mind (wash) the dishes at the weekends.

    7. I can't stand (listen) to formal speeches.

    8. My son hates (get up) early in the morning, but I am an early bird.

    9. He prefers (stay) up late than going to bed early.

    10. My niece, who is only four, likes (get up) early because she adores having breakfast.

    11. Mr. Robertson, our biology professor, abhors (repeat) his questions.

    12. I can't help (laugh) when I see him on TV.









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