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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #14193: Gerund or infinitive
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    Gerund or infinitive

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    English exercise "Gerund or infinitive" created by dabis with The test builder
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    1. I agreed the job as soon as possible.
    2. He finished the book and went to bed.
    3. The dentist told the children more careful when they brush their teeth.
    4. Let me for the meal.You paid last time.
    5. The teachers always expected students well in exams.

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