Gerund or Infinitive – Exercise 3

Task No. 1310

Put in the verbs in brackets in the Gerund or the to-infinitive.

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Gerund or Continuous Form

Welcome to your Gerund or Infinitive – Exercise 3

1
I dislike shopping because I can't stand in crowded places ( BE ).
Clue
Use the GERUND after CAN'T STAND
2
I avoid places where there are crowds of people ( VISIT )
Clue
Use GERUND after AVOID
3
She intends up a lot of money so that she can go to Africa next year ( SAVE ).
Clue
Use the INFINITIVE with TO after INTEND
4
I remember Steve the gold medal in the race last year ( WIN ).
Clue
Use GERUND after REMEMBER when we are thinking of the PAST
5
We have arranged for the plumber tomorrow ( COME ).
Clue
Use the INFINITIVE with TO after ARRANGED FOR
6
It is necessary for him harder ( STUDY )
Clue
Use the INFINITIVE with TO after the ADJECTIVE NECESSARY
7
I need this project today ( FINISH ).
Clue
Use the INFINITIVE with TO after NEED when the sentence is ACTIVE
8
I insist on you with the dishes ( HELP )
Clue
Use GERUND after VERB + PREPOSITION - INSIST ON
9
Some people expect things wrong on the 13th of every month ( GO )
Clue
Use the INFINITIVE with TO after EXPECT
10
Stuart agreed the car for me ( WASH )
Clue
Use the INFINITIVE with TO after AGREE