Choose the correct form in each sentence Infinitive or Gerund. 1. I enjoy _____ to the theatre. to go going 2. We anticipate _____ two weeks here. to

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Choose the correct form in each sentence (Infinitive or Gerund). 

1. I enjoy _____ to the theatre. 

to go 
going 

2. We anticipate _____ two weeks here. 

to spend 
spending 

3. John finished _____ his paper at midnight. 

to write 
writing 

4. We can't afford _____ a new vacuum cleaner. 

to buy 
buying 

5. I resent _____ the center of attention. 

to be 
being 

6. Don't avoid _____ my questions. 

to answer 
answering 

7. I don't fancy _____ to this program. 

to listen 
listening 

8. They've fixed _____ to Wolverhampton. 

to go 
going 

9. Mary adores _____ museums. 

to visit 
visiting 

10. We suggested _____ for the bus. 

to wait 
waiting 

11. The shop assistant offered _____ me. 

to help 
helping 

12. We stand _____ a great deal by the agreement. 

to gain 
gaining 

13. We are not about _____ now. 

to stop 
stopping 

14. We risk _____ their support. 

to lose 
losing 

15. I choose _____ at home tonight. 

to stay 
staying 

16. After a short break everybody resumed _____. 

to work 
working 

17. She somehow contrived _____ the dinner. 

to cook 
cooking 

18. Bob tends _____ when you ask him. 

to lie 
lying 

19. They purported _____ our friends. 

to be 
being 

20. Carry on _____. It's very interesting. 

to talk 
talking 

21. They opted _____ my invitation. 

to decline 
declining 

22. How often do you practice _____ the piano? 

to play 
playing 

23. We'll postpone _____ because of the bad weather. 

to leave 
leaving 

24. Leave off _____ that noise! 

to make 
making 

25. Charles disclaimed _____ entangled in this affair. 

to be 
being 

26. I demand _____ to the manager. 

to speak 
speaking 

27. Richard pretended _____ an expert chess player. 

to be 
being 

28. She expects _____ the exam. 

to fail 
failing 

29. I didn't mean _____ you. 

to hurt 
hurting 

30. Helen doesn't mind _____ chocolate alone.

to eat
eating

  • 1) going
    2) to spend
    3) writing
    4) buying
    5) to be
    6) answering
    7) listenning
    8) to go
    9) visiting
    10) waiting
    11) to help
    12) to gain
    13) to stop
    14) to lose
    15) staying
    16) to work
    17) to cook
    18) to lie
    19) to be
    20) talking
    21) to decline
    22) playing
    23) leaving
    24) making
    25) being
    26) to speak
    27) to be
    28) to fail
    29) to hurt
    30) eating



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