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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9639: Gerund
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    Change the sentences into sentences with gerund.



    She has broken my computer! => She denied...

    How to answer:

    breaking my computer.

    having broken my computer.


    questions 1 to 8: simple gerund ("breaking my computer.")

    questions 9 & 10: past gerund ("having broken my computer.")

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    1. Simple gerund for questions 1 to 8
    We could go to the park. =» She suggested... .

    2. Do you want to learn French? =» He didn't fancy... .

    3. I know you smoke in the hall. =» She admits... .

    4. Why don't we take a week off? =» They felt like... .

    5. If only we weren't too young! They regretted... .

    6. Can you wait for a minute, please? =» The customer didn't mind... .

    7. Why do you avoid my questions? =» She keeps... .

    8. Close the door! =» Would you mind... ?

    Gerund perfect for the two last questions.
    You shouldn't have spent all your money =» He denied... .

    10. You said she was a liar. =» I regret... .

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