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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Gerund or infinitive? 4

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Gerund or Infinitive? 4 | level: Advanced




Fill in each space with either the gerund ("-ing") OR the infinitive (to ...) form of the verb.

Example: "Reading in the dark is difficult." OR "Don't forget to brush your teeth."

  1. James offered _____ us move.
    a. to help
    b. helping


  2. What do you want _____ tonight?
    a. to do
    b. doing


  3. Her daughter decided _____ a veterinarian.
    a. to become
    b. becoming


  4. I have decided on _____ a veterinarian.
    a. to become
    b. becoming


  5. I hope _____ to Greece this summer.
    a. to travel
    b. traveling


  6. The man from Brazil appears _____ the best dancer in the group.
    a. to be
    b. being


  7. I learned _____ French while I was living in Switzerland.
    a. to speak
    b. speaking


  8. I remember _____ her at the beach last week.
    a. to see
    b. seeing


  9. Don't forget _____ your mother!
    a. to call
    b. calling


  10. She promised _____ to the theater with me.
    a. to go
    b. going
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