Grammar Quiz

Infinitive and Gerunds Quiz


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What is the Gerund of the sentence:

Carefully painting the fence

A. Painting

B. The fence

C. Carefully


I like ________ out for dinner with my friends

A. Go

B. To go

C. Going

D. Am


When you are talking about an activity, you usually use a

A. Infinitive

B. Gerund


What is the gerund of the sentence:

I enjoy baking on the weekend

A. Enjoy

B. The weekend

C. Baking


What is the Gerund of the sentence:

Eating sellfish quickly is a bad idea

A. Quickly

B. Eating

C. Sellfish


They made her ________ a new contract.

A. To sign

B. signing

C. sign


What is the infinitive verb of the sentence:

I promise to love you forever

A. Promise

B. To love

C. Forever


It’s easy _________ to the city centre from here.

A. Getting

B. Get

C. To get


It’s important ____________ if you want to be sure of a seat.

A. To book

B. Book

C. Booking


What is the infinitive verb of the sentence:

I promise to teach you English

A. To teach

B. Promise

C. English


I’m thinking of ____________ a party on Saturday.

A. Having

B. Have

C. To have


We’re having problems __________ the right material for you dress.

A. Finding

B. Find

C. To find

D. I don’t know


A gerund is a verb in

A. Past Participle

B. -ing

C. Past simple

D. Future


What is the infinitive verb of the sentence:

We all want to watch a movie this weekend.

A. This weekend

B. Movie

C. To watch


You really must ___________ this book. It’s amazing.

A. Read

B. Reading

C. To read


I don’t mind _________ the washing up.

A. To do

B. Doing

C. Do


Try to do it without __________ too much noise

A. make

B. making

C. To make


An infinitive is made up of

A. To + verb

B. -ing

C. Verb in participle

D. -ed


They wouldn’t let me ________ to watch the film.

A. Stay up

B. To stay up

C. staying up




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