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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121772: Noun - infinitive or -ing form
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    1. Has she told you about her decision there?

    2. I have difficulty quickly.

    3. We have no hope in time.

    4. I hate the idea you.

    5. Is there any need Peter?

    6. She has a plan three years studying.

    7. She won't get married. She dislikes the thoughts her freedom.

    8. It's time home.

    9. I have no wish her again.

    10. You were a fool .









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