Gerund or Infinitive – Exercise 6

Task No. 1313

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 6

1
That cough is awful. You had better a doctor. ( SEE )
Clue
Use INFINITIVE WITHOUT TO after the structure HAD BETTER
2
I saw her to the manager. ( TALK ).
Clue
Use GERUND after verb SEE
3
Harry denied the money. ( STEAL )
Clue
Use GERUND after Verb DENY
4
I arrived home only that I'd left my keys at the office. ( FIND )
Clue
Use INFINITIVE + TO after verb ARRIVE
5
There's no point in the exam until you get the results. ( WORRY )
Clue
Use Gerund after Noun + Preposition - POINT IN
6
The criminal admitted the car. ( STEAL )
Clue
Use Gerund after the verb ADMIT
7
I wish I could afford a maid to do the cleaning. ( HIRE )
Clue
Use INFINITIVE + TO after verb AFFORD
8
He was last seen into a black taxi. ( GET )
Clue
Use GERUND after Verb SEE
9
I'll help you the animals this afternoon. ( FEED )
Clue
Use INFINITIVE + TO after Verb + Object
10
She refused any of his questions. ( ANSWER )
Clue
Use INFINITIVE + TO after verb ANSWER