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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #76744: Infinitive or v-ing
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    Infinitive or v-ing


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    1. She is a very good student but often tends (be/late) for school.

    2. I protest against (be/treat) as if my word counts for nothing.

    3. My friend John says that (be/polite) is essentially British.

    4. (climb up) this hill for two hours is not easy. I'm really out of breath!

    5. I am really looking forward to (meet) you soon in London.

    6. I would like you (visit) me at my place tomorrow.

    7. When walking along the beach I saw the fishermen (get) their nets ready.

    8. Yesterday, I watched that film again. It was not like (see) it for the first time.

    9. I don't want (be/alone) in this house after dark. It is so creepy!









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