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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121339: Gerund or infinitive
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Adjectives-ing and ed - Infinitive clause - FOR and its use - Gerund - Infinitive phrase - Look forward to/be used to - Past Simple or Past Continuous - Gerunds
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    Gerund or infinitive


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    1. Please stop (whisper). You're making me nervous.

    2. Would you like (have) lunch with us tomorrow?

    3. I hate (watch) horror films.

    4. Do you enjoy (read) books in the evening?

    5. She would love (travel) to Australia next year.

    6. It was late, so we decided (take) a taxi home.

    7. I'm (look) forward to meeting her.

    8. We're trying (save) money for a new house.

    9. I hope (earn) a lot of money.

    10. I'm thinking of (go) travelling for a year.

    11. Mike would like (work) as a farmer.

    12. I'm fed up with (do) the same things every day.

    13. My friends and I are planning (cross) Russia by train. It takes about a week.

    14. When I arrived home she had already finished (cook).

    15. Simon was in a difficult situation, so she decided (help) him.

    16. We're thinking of (buy) a new car next week.

    17. We decided (buy) a VW Golf.

    18. I'm really hungry. I'm really looking forward to (eat) something.

    19. I want to go out, but I need (finish) my homework first.

    20. It's good Dan and Amy are coming to stay with us. I'm looking forward to (see) them again.









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