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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #118851: Gerund or infinitive
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
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    Gerund or infinitive


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    1. Yesterday, I saw the presidential convoy (to pass) on the road.

    2. He can help you (to make) it on time.

    3. Even though he is the teacher, he cannot make you (to study) at home. You have to make a decision yourself.

    4. (to eat) too much is not good for your health according to the doctor.

    5. Do you think that (to give) speeches can make you become a president?

    6. My father prevented me from (to smoke) cigarettes. He said that it was not good for my health.

    7. By (to practise) every day, you can become perfect.

    8. Who told you that (to look) at the sky every night will make you become an astronaut?

    9. I heard that girl (to sing) so good that I got interested in her.

    10. Today is the last day to stop (to be) lazy, and get busy.









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