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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99430: Infinitive or gerund
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Infinitive | -ing [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Adjectives-ing and ed - Infinitive clause - FOR and its use - Gerund - Infinitive phrase - Infinitive in sentences - Look forward to/be used to - TO + verb base or TO + V + ing
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    1. Would you prefer another film this evening? It's up to you!

    2. Your bathrobe is so awful! Sorry, but I can't help at you!

    3. My best buddy wants me him in France in August.

    4. It's a good suggestion. I promise it when the time comes.

    5. You should rather take a sweet instead of .

    6. Why are you getting up so early? You don't need out this morning.

    7. What is he doing? He is trying that bike!

    8. It's your birthday! What about out this evening?

    9. You'd better phone your cousin. He could you with your homework.

    10. Please, stop ! I would like to hear the end of the film!

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