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    Gerund after certain verbs

    The gerund has the same form as the present participle (V-ing)

    It is often used after the following verbs:
    admit, avoid, consider, delay, deny, detest, dread, enjoy, envisage, fancy, feel like, finish, imagine, involve, keep, mind, miss, postpone, practise, recall, regret, resent, risk, stop, suggest

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    1. Do you regret (have) done that?

    2. The job will involve (paint) the ceilings.

    3. Mary enjoys (play) tennis with her friends.

    4. Paul imagines (drive) a Ferrari one day.

    5. I don't mind (go) to the shop if you give me some money.

    6. Julie practised (speak) English last night. She is learning quickly.

    7. He denies (take) the cakes even though it is obvious that he took them.

    8. Keith is considering (buy) another English book.

    9. John and Susan finished (work) on their homework at 6 o'clock.

    10. Anne's responsibilities include (speak) to the hotel guests in English.

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