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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #50460: Infinitive or gerund
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    Infinitive or gerund

    Complete the sentences with the correct verb :

    Change the verbs to a to-infinitive, bare infinitive or -ing form as appropriate, add any other preposition that is needed ...

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    1. I like (leave) home before 8.15 in the morning.

    2. I don't like (sit) in traffic

    3. when I know I could be (do) something useful at work.

    4. The secretary also objected (change) the date of the hearing.

    5. Fortunately I remembered (bolt) the door,

    6. but (be) honest,

    7. I don't remember (do) so.

    8. Nobody owned up (take) the bag.

    9. Have you ever considered (move) to York?

    10. It is considered (be) one of the nicest cities in England.

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