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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89837: Gerund or infinitive
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    Gerund or infinitive


    In English, when two verbs follow each other, the second verb isn't always in the same form!Examples: They refused to buy a very expensive car. They delayed buying a very expensive car. Write the correct form for the second verb.



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    1. We can't afford (take) any risks.

    2. We risk (lose) everything if we fail.

    3. We can't really avoid (involve) the shareholders.

    4. It'll involve (sacrifice) a lot.

    5. Everything seems (be) all right.

    6. I strongly advise you (get) professional advice.

    7. Have you considered (draw) up a provisional business plan?

    8. I suggest we (meet) at eleven.

    9. Don't forget (do) that report.

    10. I'll never forget (meet) them.









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