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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93972: Infinitive or Gerund
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    Infinitive or Gerund

    Put the verbs in the infinitive form with 'to' or V+ing form as required.

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    1. They arranged (meet) at the station.
    2. Fred couldn't decide (where/ go) for his holidays.
    3. Keep (try) until at last you succeed.
    4. I promise not (be) late for the meeting.
    5. Imagine (live) in a palace; that must be wonderful.
    6. Do you want me (turn on) the TV?
    7. (swim) is good for your health.
    8. (walk) in New York's Central Park at night can be dangerous.
    9. (fly) to London has become rather cheap.
    10. (cycle) is impossible on this sandy ground.

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