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Exercise "Infinitive or gerund", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 33 372 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 55 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): jpr / BELGIUM, on Friday 21 December - 16:11:
"T.B. O.K. Merci"
They got a perfect mark
Stats (294 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 70.7 %
I am going * (to watch) a movie on this channel.
Question 2 passed: 60.2 %
Do you recognise the girl * (to sit) over there?
Question 3 passed: 56.1 %
When I saw him falling into the big muddy puddle I couldn't help *(to laugh).
Question 4 passed: 58.8 %
You'd better tell him *(to be) more careful with that heavy tool, it's pretty sharp!
Question 5 passed: 49.3 %
Did the parents agree *(to leave) their teenagers alone at home?
Question 6 passed: 60.9 %
If I were you, I wouldn't even dream of * (to joke) like this with such a nervous woman!
Question 7 passed: 53.7 %
The teacher was waiting for his students to greet him and then asked them *(to sit down).
Question 8 passed: 53.4 %
The guards prevented the man who was guilty of arson from (to be) * lynched by the angry crowd.
Question 9 passed: 40.5 %
Do you fancy (to dive) * with these masks and audio equipment? It would be great!
Question 10 passed: 21.1 %
After they had tried it, we were never (to see) * them again.
Question 11 passed: 48.3 %
I remember that he used (to play) * billiards even in his old age.
Question 12 passed: 46.3 %
He began (to walk) * cheerfully up and down along the seafront.
Question 13 passed: 50.7 %
The expression in his eyes reveals that he is reciting without (to know) * the meaning of the words.
Question 14 passed: 55.4 %
You had better go out swimming on such a sunny day, instead of (to stay) * here.
Question 15 passed: 50 %
The baby tries (to stand up) * but his legs aren't strong enough yet.
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