Gerunds, Infinitives and Participles Quiz
I’m not opposed ___ (drink) soda.
C. to drink
D. to drinking
I tried ___(speak) to her face-to-face, but it didn’t work.
C. having spoken
D. to speaking
There was no point in ___(hesitate) when the evidence all pointed towards one answer.
A. to hesitate
B. to hesitating
He had a ___(heighten) sense of hearing.
It is not enough ___(succeed).
A. to succeed
B. for succeed
The candidate ___(get) the most votes wins the election.
They suggested ___ (visit) the museum tomorrow.
A. to visiting
D. to visit
He despises ___(wait) for people.
B. to wait
She would like ___ (come) to the party.
D. to come
He likes ___(eat) ice cream.
C. to eat
D. to have eaten
I would like ___(object) to this preposterous idea.
C. to object
I don’t fancy ___ (go) out tonight.
B. to go
D. having gone
He wants ___ (eat) rice balls.
A. to eat
B. eating of
The new students want their inputs ___(include) in the school’s annual function.
A. to be included
B. to include
___(succeed) is not enough.
___(cry) will not get you anywhere.
Don’t hesitate ___(give) me a call whenever you need help.
A. to giving
C. for give
I enjoy ___(have) tea in the afternoon
C. to have
The children’s ___(sing) disturbed me.
B. to sing
Place the wound under ___(run) water.
D. to run
Can you get me a glass ___(fill) with orange juice?
D. to filled
___(serenade) him was not a good choice.
A. To be serenaded
B. To serenade
___(set) the scene already, he walked away gleefully.
A. To set
C. Having set
They dislike ___(waltz).
A. to waltz
D. in waltzing
Many have stopped ___(wear) a mask nowadays.
A. to wear
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