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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #73345: Verbs + infinitive or -ing
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    Verbs + infinitive or -ing

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    1. My father said I could use his car. My father allowed .

    2. I was surprised that it rained. I didn't expect .

    3. Don't stop him doing what he wants. Let .

    4. Tim looks older when he wears glasses. Tim's glasses make .

    5. I think you should know the truth. I want .

    6. Don't let me forget to phone my sister. Remind .

    7. At first I didn't want to apply for the job, but Sarah persuaded me. Sarah persuaded .

    8. My lawyer said that I shouldn't say anything to the police. My lawyer advised .

    9. I was told that I shouldn't believe everything he says. I was warned .

    10. If you've got a car, you are able to get around more easily. Having a car enables .

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