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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5299: Infinitive or gerund ?
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    Infinitive or gerund ?


    Complete the sentences with the infinitive or gerund of the verbs.



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    1. The rural Affairs Minister has defended (to shoot), as a sport

    2. She was skiing but she said she liked (to swim) better

    3. I think you're perfecty right. I'll try (to remember) that.

    4. What did he stop for? Did he stop (to talk) to you?

    5. Will you please stop (to laugh) at me?

    6. I remember (to talk) to him once.

    7. Please, remember (to ask) him what to do next

    8. It's like (not be) in a proper house somehow

    9. Sorry, but do you really think it's worth (to try) again?

    10. It's no use (to go on), we' ll never get anywhere









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