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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #56141: Infinitive or gerund
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    Infinitive or gerund

    Complete with the infinitive or the gerund.

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    1. Despite the increasing cost of cigarettes, my father can't give up (smoke) .

    2. Did you manage (finish) the exam on time?

    3. I'm thinking of (spend) one year abroad after my final exam.

    4. Do you feel like (go) to the theatre tonight?

    5. Our government has agreed (reduce) taxes.

    6. Did Charlie Chaplin go on (act) until his death in 1977?

    7. We hope (hear) from you soon.

    8. The teacher told the children (come) in.

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