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Infinitive or -ing?

A. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box

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1.� They soon got accustomed to �exams.
2.� I warned him �away from her.
3.� The students were discouraged from �Greek in class.
4.� There's no point in �him for it.
5.� He suggested �a new business.
6.� I made the dog �the ball.
7.� We finally succeeded in �two tickets for the concert.
8.� It was very careless of you �her birthday.
9.� We had better �her in hospital.
10. It's very easy to do, so stop �!
11. They agreed to her �with us.
12. She can't afford �the dress.
13. Why did you let him �you?
14. Have you finished �your nails?
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�������� B. Complete the sentences with a suitable verb
1.� Could you please stop �so much noise?
2.� The phone rang while Ann was having dinner. She didn't answer it. She just carried on .
3.� The thief got into the house because I forgot �the window.
4.� I've arranged �tennis tomorrow afternoon.
5.� One day I'd like to learn �an aeroplane.
6.� Why do you keep on �at me like that?
7.� I don't enjoy �letters.
8.� Why hasn't Sue arrived yet? She promised not �late.
9.� Our neighbour threatened �the police if we didn't stop the noise.
10. Jill has decided not �a car.
������ C. Choose the correct verb
1.� I can't �wondering why he did that.
2.� He �us to book our tickets in advance.
3.� Do you �dancing on the beach?
4.� I �hearing from you.
5.� We �going to Spain next year.
6.� They �us to play in the garden.
7.� She �me to post the letter.
8.� I �to inform you that you haven't passed the exam.
9.� Sean �to keep up with us because of his bad leg.
10. You �explain the rules to her.
����� D. Choose the correct option
1.� I can't get used to �alone.
2.� Their names sounded familiar but I couldn't remember �them.
3.� �you the truth, I don't agree with you.
4.� It's no use �to ignore him.
5.� I remembered �the door before I left but I forgot �the windows.
6.� I've got a terrible headache. I tried �an aspirin but it didn't help.
7.� Tom used to �a lot of beer when he was a student.
8.� I'm the boss. I'm not used to �told what to do.
9.� Having reached the top of the hill we stopped �the view.
10. Eventually you will have to stop �so many sweets.