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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105880: Gerunds and Infinitives
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    Gerunds and Infinitives

    A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding 'ing' at the end of the verb.You can use a gerund as the subject, the complement, or the object of a sentence.

    Infinitives are the 'to' form of the verb so the form of infinitives is 'to + verb1'. You can also use an infinitive as the subject, the complement, or the object of a sentence.

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    1. (read) is one the effective ways to learn English.

    2. The most important thing is not (give) up.

    3. She claimed (be) a princess, but she wasn't.

    4. He avoided (talk) to her because he didn't like her.

    5. She considered (move) to NYC for a change.

    6. They expect (arrive) early in the morning.

    7. She hesitated (tell) me the problem.

    8. I don't mind (help) you. I want you to pass your exam.

    9. She had a difficult time (hike) up the mountain.

    10. He has (pass) the final exam if he wants to get a good job.

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