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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #82448: Walking or to walk
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
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    Walking or to walk

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    English exercise "Walking or to walk" created by roger59 with The test builder
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    1. I am to school today with my friend.
    2. I need to school today with my friend.
    3. Why are you ? Where is your bike?
    4. Before home you should put your shoes on.
    5. You have missed your bus !you will have there.
    6. You will have home after school with your friends.
    7. I am afraid you will be home after school.
    8. I have decided not there in future.
    9. I have very bad feet and so I am not able .
    10. I have very bad feet and so I am not able to go .

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