Gerunds and Infinitives Quiz
I learned ___________ French when I was at school. (speak)
A. to speak
Laura’s mother lets her __________ when she wants. (go out)
A. to go out
B. go out
C. going out
The sheets on this bed are dirty. They need __________. (change)
A. to change
I’ve given up ______ to the gym. It was too boring.
B. to go
Could you try ______ late tomorrow? (not be)
A. to not be
B. not to be
C. don’t be
D. not be
E. not being
Would you rather ____________ in the country or in a town? (live)
A. to live
I must ______ to some of their songs before I go to the concert.
B. to listen
My learned ______ the guitar when she was a teenager.
B. to play
We strongly recommend ______ the incident to the police.
B. to report
If l tell you a secret, do you promise ___________ anybody? (not tell)
A. to not tell
B. don’t tell
C. not to tell
D. not tell
E. not telling
We’d like ______ our bill now as we’re leaving early tomorrow.
B. to pay
My son managed ______ his driving test although he was really nervous.
B. to pass
I think you need ____________ the irregular verbs. (revise)
A. to revise
The man denied ______ the laptop from my bag.
B. to steal
You’d better _____ an umbrella – it’s going to rain.
B. to take
I can’t imagine ______ up at 5:30 every morning.
B. to get
If the computer doesn’t work, try ___________ it off and on again. (turn)
A. to turn
Tom’s doctor suggested ______ a specialist about his back.
B. to see
I couldn’t help _________ when my brother fell off his bicycle. (laugh)
A. to laugh
I don’t mind _______ . I’m not in a hurry. (wait)
A. to wait
I’m going to carry on ___________ until 8:00 tonight. (work)
A. to work
Did you remember _________ James about the meeting tomorrow? (tell)
A. to tell
My girlfriend is very possessive. She doesn’t let me ______ with my friends anymore.
A. go out
B. to go out
C. going out
Don’t you remember ________ his wife at that party at Christmas? (meet)
A. to meet
I don’t mind ______ if you tell me which way to go.
B. to drive
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