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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123371: Infinitive or gerund
    > 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 - Infinitive in sentences - Look forward to/be used to - Past Simple or Past Continuous
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    1. I always avoid on July or August. (to travel)

    2. My daughter would like a doctor like her father. (to become)

    3. I suggest to do a picnic to sea, it's an ideal day for sailing. (to go)

    4. Please, stop the piano because the neighbour has complained. (to play)

    5. You had promised better this year and your school report is always bad ! (to work)

    6. I don't mind , I have plenty of time. (to stay)

    7. When would you like ? >> As soon as possible. (to start)

    8. We consider Paris to get close to our children. (to leave)

    9. The guide advised not jewels, bags during the visit of the market. (to advise)

    10. The thief was seen into a black car by a pedestrian. (to jump)









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