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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103805: V - ing or infinitive
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    V - ing or infinitive


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    1) I had to ask the child (stop) (make) so much noise ; I couldn't hear what you were saying !
    2) Robert, I don't want (you - mention) to our boss (I - arrive) just in time for the meeting. That wouldn't be fair !
    3) I know you will pardon (I - say) so but you keep (give) us too many hard words (learn) in English vocabulary.
    4) I appreciate (you - want- help) my friend, but it's time he learnt (do) his work alone.
    5) We didn't fancy (live) in that house and regretted (move) from our old one.
    6) I couldn't resist (ask) him why he was trying (avoid) (meet) me.
    7) I advise you (wait) before (decide) (accept) the job.
    8) I did mind (Helen - talk) so loud during my lecture !
    9) I can't understand (you - want - marry) a girl like this one !
    10) Patrick can't understand (Mary - forget) to give him the key.








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