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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97195: Gerund or infinitive
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    Gerund or infinitive

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    1. Mary enjoys (listen) to music.

    2. I don't mind (do) the washing up.

    3. Irregular verbs are not easy (remember).

    4. Mathew is really good at (cook).

    5. She waited (buy) a movie ticket.

    6. The doctor encouraged his patients (eat) healthy food.

    7. My flat is easy (find).

    8. She is saving money (purchase) a new car.

    9. I pretended (be) asleep.

    10. Sheila stopped (say) hello to her friends.

    11. She told us where (find) the necessary material.

    12. She warned him (not be) late.

    13. Tom agrees (help) me.

    14. The aquarium needs (clean).

    15. They considered (move) to New York.

    16. She promised (stop) smoking.

    17. Mary keeps (talk) about her problems.

    18. She enjoys (paint).

    19. I forgot (lock) the door when I left.

    20. We plan (go) to Europe this summer.

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