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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #64121: Gerund or infinitive
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
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    Gerund or infinitive

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    1. Would you mind (wait) for a few minutes?

    2. Have you finished (use) the computer?

    3. We expect (hear) from him very soon.

    4. Tom has given up (smoke).

    5. I couldn't help (laugh) when I saw Sarah wearing that funny hat.

    6. I don't feel like (play) football today.

    7. I expected my friend Juliette (help) me in this project.

    8. Our association gave up (help) some villages due to compelling circumstances.

    9. Students enjoy (listen) to English songs in class from time to time.

    10. I spend most of my time (draw) which irritates my parents.

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