GI002 gerund or infinitive 4

GI002 gerund or infinitive 4

GI002   gerund or infinitive 4
... GERUND - INFINITIVE Gerund or Infinitive – Fill in the correct form Fishing is not allowed here I heard the TV set explode She appeared ... are known to have a fantastic memory 13 I let her get on with her work 14 Colin had no idea of how to get into the house 15 I’d rather be in bed than go to work 16 I crossed the road without ... he prefers eating 23 He wasn’t used to driving on the right side of the road 24 Would you rather go to a restaurant or eat at home 25 There was a fence to stop people from walking on the grass...
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GI002 gerund or infinitive fill in the correct form 3

GI002   gerund or infinitive   fill in the correct form 3
... GERUND - INFINITIVE Gerund or Infinitive Fill in the correct form I can’t imagine working at home We have decided against buying a new car She seems to like her new job The students ... looking forward to meeting her 13 Don’t you mind being away from your family for such a long time? 14 The children promised to be back by nine 15 I wanted to go alone but Joe insisted on coming ... of coffee? 24 There’s no point in discussing the matter He has already made his decision 25 I prefer snowboarding to skiing 26 Do you mind bringing Anita to the doctor? 27 It is difficult to understand...
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GI002 gerund or infinitive fill in the correct form 6

GI002   gerund or infinitive   fill in the correct form 6
... GERUND - INFINITIVE Gerund or Infinitive Fill in the correct form They are likely to show up at any time (show) The man denied committing the crime (commit) Their memories of traveling in ... stay with them forever (travel) He has always been afraid of flying (fly) Swimming is good for your health (swim) Would you mind passing me the sugar (pass) She promised to read the report as soon ... is very boring (play) 24 She is fond of reading comics (read) 25 Alvaro admitted cheating during the English test (cheat) 26 The teacher reminded us to learn irregular verbs (learn) 27 The boy...
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GI002 gerund or infinitive fill in the correct form 7

GI002   gerund or infinitive   fill in the correct form 7
... GERUND - INFINITIVE GI Gerund or Infinitive Fill in the correct form Don't let them cross that dangerous road on their own What about having a last drink ? They accused me of breaking the ... won't forget The teacher watched the pupil cheat Why not spend our holiday in Florida this year ? 10 She is always the last to arrive 11 Most teachers insist on their pupils doing the homework ... that 22 The water here is not very good I'd avoid drinking it if I were you 23 I pretended to be interested in the conversation 24 I got up and looked out of the window to see what the weather was...
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GI002 gerund or infinitive fill in the correct form

GI002   gerund or infinitive   fill in the correct form
... GERUND - INFINITIVE Gerund or Infinitive Fill in the correct form 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ... mistakes Can you imagine finishing my car before we leave? We are used to getting up early in the morning She enjoys painting I forgot to lock the door when I left I regret to inform you that your application ... having picnics She promised to stop smoking They urge their citizens to recycle more waste John is thinking about studying abroad She considered moving to New York The aquarium needs cleaning...
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Gerund Or Infinitive?

Gerund Or Infinitive?
... earn, scrubbing, make, blackmailing Page INFINITIVE, GERUND, PRESENT PARTICIPLE Put the verbs in brackets into a correct form When more than one form is possible it will be noted in the key When ... day! 19 Try (forget) it: it isn't worth (worry) about 20 There is no point in (remain) in a dangerous place if you can't anything (help) the people who have (stay) there 21 The horse won't be ... use either gerund or infinitive, but there tends to be a slight difference in implication * like + gerund usually means 'enjoy'; it also usually implies that the action is/was performed: I like...
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Gerunds and Infinitives: Verb + Gerund or Infinitive potx

Gerunds and Infinitives: Verb + Gerund or Infinitive potx
... pattern for gerunds and another for infinitives allow + gerund - My teacher doesn't allow eating in class allow + object + infinitive - My teacher doesn't allow us to eat in class permit + gerund ... These verbs are also often used with would and the infinitive, and refer to specific situations For example: - I would love to go to China - We would prefer to meet at 7.00 Allow / permit Allow and ... allow us to eat in class permit + gerund - My teacher doesn't permit eating in class permit + object + infinitive - My teacher doesn't permit us to eat in class ...
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GERUND OR INFINITIVE

GERUND OR INFINITIVE
... sorry before we tell you this bad news.) Go on: Go on + gerund means to continue with an action: He went on speaking for two hours I can't go on working like this - I'm exhausted Go on + to -infinitive ... benefits for the company John Smith worked in local government for five years, then went on to become a Member of Parliament Mean: Mean + gerund expresses what the result of an action will be, or what ... week! Sorry - I didn't mean to hurt you Stop: Stop + gerund means to finish an action in progress: I stopped working for them because the wages were so low Stop tickling me! Stop + to-infinitive...
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GERUND OR INFINITIVE 100 SENTENCES

GERUND OR INFINITIVE 100 SENTENCES
... hoped (help)……………………… other people with their work 57 I would rather study history than (study)………………………… biology 58 She advised me (wait) until tomorrow 59 He encourage me (take)……………… part in ... forced them(go)………………….another away 63 His doctor advised him (stop)…………………(smoke)……………… , but he found it is impossible (quit)……………………….his habit 64 Her parents want her (become)…………… a doctor ... hours a day 78 Martha is standing at the corner (wait)………………….for the bus 79 She sat at her desk (write)………………….a letter 80 It was a beautiful spring day Dorothy was lying under a tree (listen)…………...
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Ôn Tập Lớp 10-Gerund or Infinitive 2

Ôn Tập Lớp 10-Gerund or Infinitive 2
... Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 5) seem Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 6) forget Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 7) start Gerund Infinitive ... finish Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 2) like Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 3) hope Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 4) feel ... Both possibilities are correct 8) manage Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 9) agree Gerund Infinitive + to Both possibilities are correct 10) avoid Gerund Infinitive + to Both...
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gerund or infinitive

gerund or infinitive
... gerund or the infinitive with little or no change in meaning The verbs : stop/try/remember can also take both, but the meaning changes Gerund - Infinitive Fill in the blanks below with the correct ... car whenever possible, especially in big cities We finished the job by (work) working_ 12 hours a day Bob sent a report to the Chairman instead of (attend) _attending _ the meeting A lot of ... _to book _ two seats on the morning flight I promise (send) to send you our new brochure as soon as it's available Peter was delighted (meet) _of meeting a former colleague at the conference...
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Gerund or infinitive

Gerund or infinitive
... car Don’t forget to lock the door when you leave I enjoyed watching the movie She avoided meeting them because she was in a hurry to leave You promised to buy me a diamond necklace for my birthday ... when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ... You promised to buy me a diamond necklace for my birthday She has agreed to come I thanked them for helping me out I expect him to call at o’clock Would you like to come with us? 10 I don’t feel...
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Gerund or infinitive grammar exercise

Gerund or infinitive   grammar exercise
... across the river Be first to know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ... matter any further He threatened to shoot me if I didn’t give him the key I promise to visit you tomorrow He intends to start a business The teacher taught the children to tell the truth Jack told...
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