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Gerunds and Infinitives
Gerund or Infinitive? - No. 4
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1.Check this grammar box out and do the following exercises.
2.Complete the conversations with the correct forms of the verbs given.
1. A: What did you plan on
(do) next vacation?
B: Marla wanted to relax on the beach, so I suggested
(travel) to Cancun
Last week Marla was awarded the best employee of the semester and won two tickets, then we decided
(spend) two weeks off in Tahiti.
How about you?
I was planning on
to a new house, but my company offered
(transfer) me to New York as the new manager of the east coast. I agreed
(face) this challenge and keep on
(grow) in the company.
2. A: How did the accident happen?
B: The driver told the police and the reporters it was a miracle he was still alive,after overturning twice. He said he didn't stop
(talk) on the phone. His wife has always asked him to stop
(talk) on the phone while driving. He promised
(drive) carelessly anymore.
3.Use the verbs given in the gerund or infinitive forms to complete the information.
eat - fill - smoke - take (2) - look - take off - work - see - take
I can't stand someone
3. The pilot is preparing
4. We're thinking about
an oratory course.
5. He doesn't mind
6. I'll talk to you in a minute after I finish
this form out.
7. He gave up
fattening foods after his heart attack.
8. Today I happened
at a person who was staring at me.
a nap and I felt better. ( = experiment with something).
10. I tried
a nap, but there was so much noise I couldn't sleep
( = make an attempt at something).
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