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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21019: Infinitive or -ing
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    Infinitive or -ing


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    1. Jim wants (become) a journalist when he leaves school.

    2. He likes (travel).

    3. He is good at (write) essays.

    4. He likes (speak) foreign languages, so he'd like to study.

    5. But his parents don't want him (be) a journalist.

    6. They love (read) books.

    7. They'd like him (study) literature.

    8. I would like (go) with him.

    9. I wouldn't like (go) with him.









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