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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35109: Infinitive or -ing
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    Infinitive or -ing

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    1. Pascal did it his mother who was very sad.

    2. This boy prevented his friend from the work.

    3. This exercise consists in all the text.

    4. How long will you be in Paris?

    5. My father suffers from this poor man.

    6. My teacher asked Betty for the bike.

    7. My neighbour wants outside tonight.

    8. I can't help when I see my sister eating.

    9. It's worth to help him because he's very cute.

    10. I feel like away from this house.

    11. There's no the truth.

    12. I enjoy outside under a tree.

    13. It's no good all the time, is it?

    14. She took to when her mother died.

    15. She bought a car in order more independent.

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