English teaching exercises: gerunds and infinitives 


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gerunds and infinitives exercises > What do your parents want you to do? Object pronouns and infinitive clause.
 

What do your parents want you to do? Object pronouns and infinitive clause.

 

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What do your parents want you to do? Object pronouns and infinitive clause.
by Florence Duchosal

Date: 08 - Dec - 2013
Level: intermediate
Age: +12

Description:
I uploaded this OE again although the first one is frozen in a "pending approval" state. I hope there wonīt be any problem this time. First students select the word corresponding to the picture then they use it to say what their parents want them or donīt want them to do.In the last exercise they select the right verb and the right object pronoun to obtain the same meaning as in the first sentence. Thank you for rating my work so that I can use it for my students.


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Florence Duchosal
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Jayho
Australia

Fantabulous!          posted by Jayho 20131208


ellakass
Israel

Itīs really useful and good OE! Thank you!          posted by ellakass 20131209


firstime
France

          posted by firstime 0
Thank you!