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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8929: Infinitive or Gerund
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    Infinitive or Gerund


    Put the verb in brackets into gerund or infinitive.





    English exercise "Infinitive or Gerund" created by felin with The test builder
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    1. Would you like with me to the gym?
    2. Most people prefer their money to saving it.
    3. It isn't good for you so many chocolates.
    4. I didn't feel like so I phoned my manager.
    5. Why do you keep at me?
    6. Do you remember the letter? Are you sure you've posted it?
    7. You still have a lot in English.
    8. She didn't like the children alone but she had no choice.
    9. The washing machine began a terrible noise.
    10. He decided his jacket on the hanger.
    11. I used to the cinema a lot.
    12. He expects you with him.
    13. She apologized for the book without your permission.
    14. I'm not used up this early.
    15. You don't need him every time you want to go out.
    16. Mrs Joanna, I regret you that your credit limit has been exceeded.








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