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Infinitive or gerund?




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Fill in the blanks with a gerund or an infinitive.
1. I can't get used to �(LIVE) without a dog.
2. Would you mind��(TAKE) my mother to the station?
3. We forgot �(PICK) our friend at the airport.
4. �Alex appears�(BE) in love with Nina.
5. He wants them �(SWIM) a lot.
6. It's no use �(KNOCK) on the door. Nobody's home.
7. �His parents allow him��(STAY) up late at weekends, but not on school nights.
8. He promised not � (LOSE) my pen.
9. Have they considered �(BUY) a new TV set?
10. I hope you remembered �(TELL) Mary that I'd be late.
11. My mother told me not��(SPEAK) to anyone about it.
�12. You are expected��(KNOW) the safety regulations of the college.
13. The boys like��(PLAY) games but hate��(DO) lessons.
14. I regret��(INFORM) you that your application has been refused.
15. �Your windows need��(CLEAN); would you like me��(DO) them for you?
16.��(LIE) on this beach is much more pleasant than��(SIT) in the office.
17. Please, go on��(WRITE); I don't mind��(WAIT).
18. It is usually easier��(LEARN) a subject by��(READ) books than by��(LISTEN) to lectures.
19. �Try��(FORGET) it; it isn't worth (WORRY) about.
20. �I advise you��(START)��(LOOK) for a flat at once.
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