Gerund vs. Infinitive Quizzes
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Whats are the three verbal forms?
A. Gerund, Independant, Participle
B. Noun, Verb, Adjective
C. Gerunds, Infinitives, Participles
OF COURSE THEY’RE DISAPPOINTED – THEY EXPECTED _____________.
B. TO WIN
I am afraid of flying.
The shopping trip lasted all day.
Hector wants to be an acrobat when he grows up.
B. To be
Your mother was surprised seeing you come home early after the party
We promise … in touch with our clients.
- to stay
_____________ someone can take time.
A. To love
C. Either is fine and the meaning is the same
D. The meaning is different but either is fine
He kept ……….. even though his shift had ended.
A. To work
The moving van was late.
Does he like __________ funny stories?
A. to tell
It might …… tomorrow. You should take an umbrella.
B. To rain
My mother taught me not … about my academic work.
- to lie
In the following sentence, identify the verbal:
One of my favorite hobbies is taking pictures.
How dare my parents question my right (of partying/to party) all night long!
A. Of partying
B. To party
Swimming is good exercise.
After spending all day studying in the library, the buzzing fluorescent light was driving me crazy.
D. None of the Above
I may …… hiking tomorrow if the weather is good.
C. To go
I was stirring the stew.
In the following sentence, identify the underlined word or words as a gerund, participle, infinitive, or verb:
Feeling sick from eating 2 cheeseburgers, the little girl took some Pepto-Bismol.
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