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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #118815: Noun forms of the verbs
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    Noun forms of the verbs

    You should fill the blanks with the correct forms of the given verbs. 

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    1. I didn't know the way, I needed their (to guide).

    2. The teacher's (to explain) was good, I got the point completely.

    3. My father gave me some pieces of (to advise).

    4. The government has promised to solve the (not to employ) problem.

    5. He learns music only for (to amuse).

    6. Do you believe in the (to exist) of God?

    7. What is the (to punish) for the cheating in your school?

    8. This shop has very nice (to stick), I'm going to buy some.

    9. We must stop the (to pollute) of our beaches.

    10. He looked into the pool and saw a (to reflect) of himself.

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