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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4355: Infinitive or gerund?
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    Infinitive or gerund?

    Infinitive or gerund?

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    1. drugs is illegal.

    2. It is no good her now.

    3. It will be difficult for us the top.

    4. We spent years for an old one like yours.

    5. It has been a good way of money.

    6. I have bought a book on one's life.

    7. He asked the passengers .

    8. Make her twice before.

    9. The poor boy is said seriously ill.

    10. Bird- is my favourite hobby.

    11. Will you be afraid of to him about a pay rise ?

    12. She will give her speech without at her paper.

    13. There is no point in them here.

    14. to old people sometimes tires me out.

    15. What would you like us for you ?

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