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Saturday, July 18, 2015

GERUND OR INFINITIVE


Gerund or infinitive


1. ———————– events cast their shadow. (come)
2. He was punished for ——————– late. (come)
3. ——————- lies will not help anyone. (tell)
4. ———————- is to believe. (see)
5. Children learn ——————– and writing at school. (read)
6. I won’t mind your ———————- early today. (leave)
7. He left the faucet ————————– (run)
8. Do you know the man ————————– at the corner? (stand)
9. ——————— done my homework, I went to play. (have)
10. His behaviour was ———————– (irritate)
11. I want ——————– why you are late. (know)
12. I would like ———————- that scenery. (paint)

Answers

1. Coming events cast their shadow.
2. He was punished for coming late.
3. Telling lies will not help anyone.
4. To see is to believe.
5. Children learn reading and writing at school.
6. I won’t mind your leaving early today.
7. He left the faucet running.
8. Do you know the man standing at the corner?
9. Having done my homework, I went to play.
10. His behaviour was irritating.
11. I want to know why you are late.
12. I would like to paint that scenery.

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