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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84289: Infinitive or Gerund?
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    Infinitive or Gerund?


    Complete with the right form of the verb, infinitive or gerund.



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    1. I couldn't avoid (to meet) him because he's my neighbour.

    2. My son is studying medicine and he wants (to specialize) in paediatrics.

    3. They enjoy (to spend) their holidays with us in the South of France.

    4. Try (to add) a little butter or cream to the batter, the crepes will be better!

    5. I suggest (to call) to reserve a table at the restaurant.

    6. I don't mind (to stay) to keep an eye on Mary.

    7. I must remember (to send) the tax return before the end of the month.

    8. He refused (to answer) without the presence of his lawyer.

    9. I hope (to see) you soon in better form.

    10. My parents decided (to welcome) my boyfriend to dinner next Sunday.

    11. This house is very expensive and we hesitate (to buy) it.









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