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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35384: Infinitive or -ing
    > 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 -ing


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    1. Do you really expect me to you after what you have done?

    2. We are really looking forward to both of you very soon.

    3. Will you consider to bed soon ?

    4. Do you mind us alone for a few minutes ?

    5. Yesterday, the employees objected to faster.

    6. He deserves to a higher salary than the other workers.

    7. I keep my lessons but I never get any good marks.

    8. I really dislike fooled by my friends.

    9. I used to with my mother in a small house when I was young.

    10. You must practise the piano every day.









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