Grammar Quiz

Gerund vs. Infinitive Quizzes


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I really like this band. I can’t stop ……. to it.

A. Listening
B. Listen
C. To listen


     Identify the verbal in the following sentence:

You can save some time by removing the shells first.
     
      A.     First
      B.     Can save
      C.     Time
      D.     Removing


I would love _________ to the cinema with you, but I can’t.

A. Go
B. To go


    

The moving van was late.
     
      A.     Verb
      B.     Participle
      C.     Gerund


He avoids ……………. early whenever he can.

A. Get up
B. To get up
C. Getting up


My father makes me ……. out the rubbish.

A. Taking
B. To take
C. Take


When it began ____________, we had to stop the baseball game and reschedule it.

A. To pour
B. Pouring
C. Either is fine and they mean the same thing
D. The meaning changes but either is fine


OF COURSE THEY’RE DISAPPOINTED – THEY EXPECTED _____________.

A. WIN
B. TO WIN
C. WINNING


Has she agreed __________ her boyfriend?

A. To marry
B. Marrying


    

I have been shopping for new shoes.
     
      A.     Verb
      B.     Participle
      C.     Gerund


I started __________ the violin when I was 10.

A. To play
B. Playing


    

Her great love is acting.
     
      A.     Verb
      B.     Participle
      C.     Gerund


     In the following sentence, identify the underlined word or words as a gerund, participle, infinitive, or verb:

Getting up early in the morning is sometimes a challenge.
     
      A.     Participle
      B.     Verb
      C.     Gerund
      D.     Infinitive


He was free to go whenever he wanted.

A. True
B. False


It is very difficult __________ this question.

A. Answering
B. To answer


At the police office she admitted __________ too fast.

A. To drive
B. Driving


It’s easy …… between right and wrong!

A. Choosing
B. To choose
C. Choose


The woman acting concerned is my aunt.
     
      A.     Participle
      B.     Gerund
      C.     Infinitive


I MUST ____________ YOUR COUSIN – SHE SOUNDS VERY INTERESTING!

A. MEET
B. TO MEET
C. MEETING


Does he like __________ funny stories?

A. to tell
B. Telling


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