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Infinitive or Gerund? Fill in the right form of the verbs in brackets.

1. You fear   (sell) your house.

2. We are always happy  (help).

3. We are dedicated to   (change) how things work.

4. We can't afford  (bowl) tomorrow night.

5. We are really excited about  (climb) that mountain.

Choose the best option.

I enjoy ________ to get up so early in the morning. Sleeping in is great!

  • not to have
  • not having
  • having

To be or not to be? Being or not being?

Drag verbs used with gerunds to the corresponding field in the alphabetic order.

Drag verbs used with infinitives to the corresponding field in the alphabetic order.

  • Enjoy
  • Accuse of
  • Want
  • Seem
  • Agree
  • Promise
  • Deny
  • Worry about
  • Hope
  • Can't help

Choose the best options.

She quit ____________ about ____________ unemployed and decided ____________ her own business.

  • complaining
  • to complain
  • to be
  • being
  • to set up
  • setting up

Gerund or infinitive? Fill in the right form of the verbs in brackets.

1. He promised  his chores.

2. I need  with you.

3. I advised her   some soup.

4. He is responsible for  all the buildings.

5. They avoid  us.

 

Click on the verbs followed by a gerund or infinitive with a change in meaning.

Match the parts of the sentences.

  • She suggested
    taking the train as the traffic was terrible.
  • I find it difficult
    to remember new words.
  • They accused him of
    stealing money.
  • I am going to the party, so I need
    to buy a new dress.
  • She was worried about
    failing the exam.

Mark the sentences as correct or incorrect.

  • Some people prefer getting up early in the morning.
  • I look forward to help you paint the house.
  • She suggested to go to a movie.
  • Sandra decided studying economics in London.
  • I don't know what I want to do tonight.
  • Jim doesn't feel like going to a party tonight.

Choose the best answer option.

Congratulations on passing this course!

Hopefully, now you've got a better idea of gerund and infinitive.

To train a bit more, follow this link: Gerunds infinitive spin

Thanks for participating in the course!

 

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