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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24618: Infinitive or gerund ?
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    Infinitive or gerund ?


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    1. She couldn't help (to eat) the whole pudding!!!

    2. The suspect denied (be) in the area on the night of the fire.

    3. The snow kept (to fall).

    4. The police accused Jim of (set) fire to the forest.

    5. The workmen tried (to keep) the roads clear.

    6. Did you remember (to book) seats for the theater tomorrow?

    7. I wish my refrigerator would stop (make) that horrible noise.

    8. Try to avoid (to be) late.

    9. I didn't know how to get to your house so I stopped (to ask) my way.

    10. Smoking is really very dangerous, so I'll stop (to smoke)

    11. I remember (to hear) him say the grass needed cutting.

    12. I'm not going to make him (do) it, he is free.

    13. I had to ask the kids (stop) playing.

    14. The boss intends me (to replace) him during the holidays.









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