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Verb + to- ininitive or verb + ing- form?
 
 
Complete this article from a magazine. Put in the to- infinitive or ing- from of these verbs.
 
ACCEPT - ARGUE - BE - FIND - HAVE - INSIST - LOSE - PLUG - REPAIR - SAY - TAKE - WAIT.
 
If you buy something from a shop, a new stereo for example, you usually can´t wait  it in and put some music on. And of course, you expect  the equipment in working order. But that doesn´t always happen., unortunately. If the thing doesn´t work, you should take it straight back to the shop. If you delay  it back, you will risk  your rights as a customer. And you should prepare  on those rights. You may be  one of those people who always avoid  with people, but in this case you should be ready for an argument. The assistant may prove  a true friend of the customer- it´s not impossible- but first he or she will probably
offer  the stereo for you. That´s all right if you don´t mind  a few weeks, but it isn´t usually a good idea. What you should do is politely demand  your money back inmedialtely. You may want to accept another stero in place of the old one, but you don´t have to. You should refuse  a credit note. Just keep on  that you want your money back.
 
Choose the correct form of the verb.
 
I used to like going to our local cinema. It was old and rather uncomfortable, but it had character. Now they´ve stopped  films there. The owner would like to go on  the cinema, but he would need  a lot of improvements, which would mean  tens of thousands of pounds. I remember the last film at cinema. It was a murder mystery. It was five minutes from the end, and we were trying  out who the murderer was when suddenly all the lights went out and the film stopped. We sat in the dark for a few minutes, and then the owner appeared with a torch. ´I regret  you, `he said ´that our electricity has failed. I don´t mean  you, but I´m afraid we can´t show you the end of the film. We´ve tried  the electricity company, but they say they can´t help.´He went on  to the audience how the film ended. I didn´t understand the story. But I don´t regret  to the cinema on that last evening.
 
 
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