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-ING vs TO INF VERBS

1- Fill in the gaps with the right form of the verb:

    a) I can't afford   (GO) on vacation right now. I've got too many expenses.
     b) If you happen (COME) to Glasgow in summer, please give me a call!
     c) She doesn't mind (HELP) us with the party.
     d) Lisa enjoys (LOOK) around antique shops.
     e) We could go for a walk when you finish (DO) your homework.
     f) We shouldn't forget (CALL) her before we leave for the airport.
     g) I hope (BECOME) an excellent lawyer one day.
     h) I can't stand (HAVE) to do housework on Saturdays. It kills me!
     i) Do you fancy (WATCH) a  horror movie tonight?
     j) Luisa and Justin decided (SPEND) their vacation in Italy.
     k) I don't mind (GO) on a cruise this year. We can always go backpacking next summer.
     l) You should remember (BUY) a present for your parents. It's their 30th wedding anniversary.




2- Fill in the gaps with the right form of the verb:

     a) After (WALK) for a while, we could sit in a terrace and have a snack.
     b) It's great (HEAR) from you! How have you been?
     c) What about (GO) to the theatre? I've heard Hamlet is being performed at the auditorium.
     d) Thanks for (TALK) to James. He really needs his friends now.
     e) Susan lent me some clothes after my luggage was lost. It's nice to know there are people kind enough       (HELP) you when you need it.
     f) This closet is used for (KEEP) old exams.
     g) I'm looking forward to (SEE) you again!
     h) You need to have some knowledge of computers  (WORK) here.
     i) Why can't you have a coffee without (SMOKE)? It would be nice not to sit alone in the bar!
     j) I feel totally rested after  (SLEEP) 8 hours!







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José Dulac Ibergallartu (cruise-Venice), Alberto Ribas Merino (Hamlet)
           

 

       


 

 

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