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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19903: Verb+ ing or + infinitive
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    Verb+ ing or + infinitive


    Complete the sentences with the verb in brackets.

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    1. Do you feel like (go) to the theatre on Friday?

    2. I spent a lot of time (make) a birthday cake for him.

    3. He agreed (see) me at ten o'clock

    4. They promised (read) my report today

    5. I suggest (pay) by check, it's safer than cash

    6. He offered (make) dinner for us.

    7. He put off (see) her until very late in the afternoon.

    8. I refused (pay) for the repairs.

    9. I've finished (read) that book at last!

    10. We decided (go) to the cinema instead

    11. I enjoyed the play. The (act) was very good.

    12. I love going to her class, her (teach) is never boring.

    13. He's my favourite writer, his (write) is wonderful.

    14. His (complain) is getting on my nerves. He's never happy.

    15. They have terrible debts. Their (spend) is out of control

    16. It's a very fit team. Their (train) is very intensive.

    17. I can still remember (visit) my grandparents fifty years ago.

    18. Please, remember (feed) the dog while I'm away

    19. I'll never forget (see) that van Gogh exhibition in New York

    20. Don't forget (post) my letters, please.

    21. I regret (lend) him the money. He never paid it back.

    22. We regret (inform) you that your application has been refused.

    23. I'll just finish (clean) the kitchen then I'll stop.

    24. She suggested (have) dinner at her house.

    25. She doesn't mind (do) the boring jobs.

    26. He keeps (ask) me to go out with him.

    27. He has given up (smoke).

    28. He's very good at (get) me to do what he wants

    29. He insisted on (be) refunded immediately.

    30. He failed. He's very bad at (do) exams.

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