Grammar Quiz

Bare Infinitive and To Infinitive Quiz


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Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. hope

B. pleased

C. refuse

D. appreciate


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. postpone

B. risk

C. hear

D. detest


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. able

B. arrange

C. choose

D. admit


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. dislike

B. agree

C. attempt

D. encourage


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. fail

B. manage

C. involve

D. prepare


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. help

B. resist

C. plan

D. promise


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. discuss

B. notice

C. face

D. give up


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. fancy

B. appear

C. beg

D. expect


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. mind

B. put off

C. understand

D. see


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. let

B. escape

C. finish

D. mention


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. enjoy

B. feel like

C. feel

D. keep on


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. deny

B. seem

C. tend

D. want


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. practice

B. make

C. suggest

D. can’t help


Which verb is followed by a bare infinitive?

A. begin

B. continue

C. prefer

D. watch


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. happen

B. offer

C. miss

D. pretend


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. wish

B. would like

C. avoid

D. need


Which verb is not followed by a full infinitive?

A. afford

B. delay

C. ask

D. decide




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