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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21715: Verb+ing forms and infinitive
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    Verb+ing forms and infinitive

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    English exercise "Verb+ing forms and infinitive" created by felin with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from felin]
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    1. Have you seen my sunglasses anywhere? They .

    2. He could not either Lisa or Kathy before.

    3. She has a car but she all the way to Nice, and caught the train instead

    4. Mrs Joanna is unwell and the meeting.

    5. Although I lived near the sea as a child, I until I was in my teens

    6. She over 60 novels,but only 30 now survive.

    7. He has been quite seriously ill, but now .

    8. I asked him how old he was but he said he his age.

    9. As the afternoon got hotter,she to walk home.

    10. He was very angry with her and it.

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