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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11517: Verbs followed by the infinitive
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Infinitive [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Infinitive clause - Infinitive phrase - To...or not? - Gerund or Infinitve - Doing, Do, To do... - V- ing or infinitive - TO + verb base or TO + V + ing - Infinitive implied by its particle.
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    Verbs followed by the infinitive

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    1. Coffi doesn't know what first as he has so many occupations.

    2. Cathy knows how the castle, she has a good map.

    3. The Bank manager refused me more money.

    4. Sally decided alone where camping.

    5. His testimony appears been detrimental to the case.

    6. Jerry advised me the letter.

    7. I expected my nephew that job.

    8. She agreed me German.

    9. I have promised her my new dress.

    10. My father has obliged my brother at home.

    11. He consents not us the truth.

    12. Can I help you that heavy box?

    13. George can't manage this evening.

    14. Dolly hopes never a witness.

    15. Carol expected her partner honest.

    16. My mother warned my sister never the oven.

    17. I expect him me on his bike.

    18. I can't afford two cars.

    19. Helen pretends the answer.

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