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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3979: -ing form or infinitive
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    -ing form or infinitive

    + -ing:

    To admit

    To dislike

    To go on

    To postpone

    To avoid

    To enjoy

    To imagine

    To practise

    To burst out

    To fancy

    To involve

    To risk

    To carry on

    To fancy

    To keep (on)

    To spend

    To consider

    To finish

    To leave off

    To stop

    To delay

    To give up

    To mind

    To suggest

    To deny

    To go

    To miss

    To think of

    + -ing / + to

    To begin

    To bother

    To continue

    To hate

    To intend

    To like

    To love

    To prefer

    To start

    These verbs have a different meaning + -ing / + to

    To try

    To love, like, dislike

    To remember, forget, regret

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    1. A student can't learn (spell) without being taught.

    2. Have you ever watched people (try) to catch fish?

    3. If you dislike (peel) onions, try wearing glasses and holding them under water while doing so.

    4. On (hear) her speak everyone took her for a foreigner.

    5. I promise to give you an opportunity to ask questions before (leave) the classroom after listening to my lesson.

    6. It's stupid to risk (break) a leg with those mini-scooters.

    7. I must remember (remind) the students that this grammar point needs revising.

    8. We mustn't risk (be) late for the concert.

    9. I don't want (miss) hearing the choir again.

    10. I advise you to wait before deciding (accept) that position at the supermarket.

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