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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122962: Gerund or Infinitive
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
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    Gerund or Infinitive

    Choose the correct form of the verbs in brackets.(verb without "to" / verb with "to" / verb-ing)

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    English exercise "Gerund or Infinitive" created by mahrabad with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from mahrabad]
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    1. I am looking forward to (receive) your sweet messages.

    2. It is no use (wait) for the manager.He is on a holiday.

    3. Don't forget (lock) the door before going to bed !

    4. He warned the people (not touch) the wire.

    5. I can remember (climb) trees when I was a child.

    6. Please, stop (make) noise; the teacher is about to come in.

    7. I cannot understand her (behave) like that.

    8. He tried (explain) many times but her girlfriend refused to listen to him.

    9. I can't help (get) angry when he tells lies.

    10. While I was driving home, I stopped (buy) cigarettes.

    11. Would you let me (see) your photos?

    12. I really regret (break) her heart.I shouldn't have done it.

    13. I tried (persuade) him to agree with your proposal.

    14. You are expected (know) the address of the hotel.You stayed there last summer.

    15. Mrs Smith doesn't allow (smoke) in the dining room.

    16. He was wearing dark glasses to avoid (be) recognized.

    17. My father doesn't allow my 14-year old sister (go) out in the dark.

    18. Without realising it, he hindered us instead of (help) us.

    19. Don't worry ! I am used to (take) a shower with cold water.

    20. You needn't (think) so much. I am sure you can pass your exam.

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