gerunds and infinitives
Gerund and Infinitive: Rephrasing
GERUND versus INFINITIVE
INFINITIVE OR GERUND? - GRAMMAR END EXERCISES (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Grammar - LIKE/DONīT LIKE - LOVE/HATE
Gerunds and Infinitives
Gerund or Infinitive? - No. 4
INFINITIVE OR GERUND - EXERCISES (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Rephrasing: Gerund and Infinitive
Rewrite the sentences using a gerund or an infinitive and without changing the original meaning:
1. Smoking istn't allowed here
2. Driving at high speed is dangerous.
3. They succeeded in getting the loan.
4. It's no use taking a taxi because we'll be late anyway.
There's no point
because we'll be late anyway.
5. They like sailing better than rowing.
6. I prefer to wait here.
7. He can't get into the habit of walking to work every evening.
He can't get
8. He hasn't played tennis since he hurt his leg.
9. Can you give me a lift?
Do you mind
10. You shouldn't work so hard.