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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22369: Infinitive or gerund
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Infinitive [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Infinitive clause - Infinitive phrase - Gerund or Infinitve - To...or not? - Doing, Do, To do... - V- ing or infinitive - TO + verb base or TO + V + ing - Base form of verbs
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    Infinitive or gerund


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    1. I avoid too much sugar.

    2. I can't imagine Peter by bike.

    3. They should be by now.

    4. He agreed a new car.

    5. The question is easy .

    6. The man asked me to the airport.

    7. I look forward to you at the weekend.

    8. Are you thinking of to London?

    9. We decided for a walk in the forest.

    10. The teacher expected Sarah hard.









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