ort 2017

 

 

1Gerunds and Infinitives Part 2 Put the verb into the gerund or the infinitive with ‘to’:

1. She delayed ______________ (get) out of bed.

2. He demanded ______________ (speak) to the manager.

3. I offered ______________ (help).

4. I miss ______________ (go) to the beach.

5. We postponed ______________ (do) our homework.

6. I’d hate ______________ (arrive) too late.

7. She admitted ______________ (steal) the money.

8. I chose ______________ (work) here.

 9. She waited ______________ (buy) a drink.

10. I really appreciate ______________ (be) on holiday.

11. I couldn’t help ______________ (laugh).

12. It seems ______________ (be) raining.

13. I considered ______________ (move) to Spain.

14. They practised ______________ (speak).

15. Finally I managed ______________ (finish) the work.

16. I really can’t stand ______________ (wait) for the bus.

17. Unfortunately, we can’t afford ______________ (buy) a new car this year.

18. She risked ______________ (be) late.

19. I’d love ______________ (come) with you.

20. I prepared ______________ (go) on holiday. 

 

 

2Gerunds and Infinitives Part 3  

Put the verb into the gerund or the infinitive with ‘to’:

1. It appears _________________ (be) raining.

2. We intend _________________ (go) to the countryside this weekend.

3. I pretended _________________ (be) sick so I didn’t have to go to work.

4. Can you imagine_________________ (live) without TV?

5. They tolerate_________________ (smoke) but they prefer people not to.

6. I anticipate _________________ (arrive) on Tuesday.

7. A wedding involves _________________ (negotiate) with everyone in the family.

8. He denies _________________ (steal) the money.

9. He claims _________________ (be) a millionaire but I don’t believe him.

10. I expect _________________ (be) there about seven.

11. Julia reported _________________ (see) the boys to the police.

12. It tends _________________ (rain) a lot in Scotland.

13. Do you recall _________________ (meet) her at the party last week?

14. She mentioned _________________ (go) to the cinema, but I don’t know what she decided to do in the end.

15. The teenager refused _________________ (go) on holiday with his parents.

16. I understand _________________ (be) late once or twice, but every day is too much!

17. I would prefer you _________________ (come) early if you can.

18. That criminal deserves _________________ (get) a long sentence.

19. She completed _________________ (paint) her flat.

20. We arranged _________________ (meet) at four but at four thirty she still hadn’t arrived.

part 2

Answers: 1. getting 2. to speak 3. to help 4. going 5. doing 6. to arrive 7. stealing 8. to work 9. to buy 10. being 11. laughing 12. to be 13. moving 14. speaking 15. to finish 16. waiting 17. to buy 18. being 19. to come 20. to go nswers

Part 3:

1. to be 2. to go 3. to be 4. living 5. smoking 6. arriving 7. negotiating 8. stealing 9. to be 10. to be 11. seeing 12. to rain 13. meeting 14. going 15. to go 16. being 17. to come 18. to get 19. painting 20. to meet  

 

 

 

Fuente: www.perfect english grammar.com
Fecha: 8/5/2018 | Creado por: Patricia Noemi
Categoria: 2017 3rd May