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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #37824: Verbs with or without 'to'
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Infinitive [Change theme]
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    Verbs with or without 'to'

    Complete the sentences.

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    1. I'd like people (understand) me.
    2. Can I (come) in, please?
    3. He must (be) older than his sister.
    4. He doesn't want her (drive)
    5. Would you like me (turn) off the radio?
    6. What do you ask them (do)?
    7. He makes me (laugh): he's so funny!
    8. Don't let him (go) out:, it's too cold.
    9. Ask them what (do), for I don't know.
    10. She helped him (clean) the garage.
    11. We decided (not stay) at this hotel: it was too expensive
    12. She hopes (find) a good job.
    13. I tried (phone) you but you weren't at home
    14. The doctor has advised him (give up) smoking
    15. He expects them (arrive) at 8 o'clock.

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