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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66329: Verb -ing or infinitive
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    Verb -ing or infinitive


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    1. My neighbours are in Bordeaux a golf competition.

    2. I have an eye on their children.

    3. I can hear them with a balloon in the garden.

    4. I hear Julien and the other boys with laughter.

    5. I can see Carl Anne's bicycle.

    6. She lent it because she is afraid of off.

    7. I can listen to Michael Jackson on the radio.

    8. I'm sad and I feel tears on my face .

    9. Suddenly, I hear a stone the window

    10. and I see Anne . There is a big bump on her forehead.

    11. I call all the children. They wipe their feet before into the house.

    12. They are afraid of told off by their parents.









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