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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123632: Verbs and gerunds
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    Verbs and gerunds


    The gerunds (ing- forms) are generally used after a few verbs.

    Some of these verbs are displayed below.

    Nouns can be used after all of these verbs instead of gerunds. Also, gerunds can be used as nouns in sentences.

    avoid- celebrate- consider- defer- delay- detest- dislike- dread- enjoy- entail- escape- excuse- finish- forgive

    involve- keep- loathe- mind- miss- pardon- postpone- prevent- resent- resist- risk- save- stop...and others.

    Exercise: choose the right options.


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    1. I eating chocolate every day.It's bad for health.

    2. I swimming in winter. It's too cold.

    3. We dancing at the party Mary organised for tonight. It's just great.

    4. He speaking about his life for such a long time. Really sorry!

    5. She working at home when she has to.

    6. She walking in the park without waiting for us.

    7. They shopping during their trip in the desert.

    8. You travelling because of bad weather.

    9. She stopping because she was afraid of the police. Bad idea!

    10. He talking about his mother when he is too upset.

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