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Gerunds & Infinitives

Quiz by Gabriela Garibotto

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  • Q1
    The verb "decide" is followed by
    Bare infinitive
  • Q2
    What is the meaning of "stop + gerund"?
    stop an action in order to do something else
    abandon an action
  • Q3
    The verb "like" can be followed by
    bare infinitive
    both gerund and to-infinitive
  • Q4
    I forgot to close the window when I left. What is the meaning?
    I remembered to close the window
    I left and didn't remember to close the window.
    I will never forget closing the window.
  • Q5
    What sentence is expressing to try something and see if you like it?
    I will try eating more vegetables.
    I tried eat vegetables.
    I tried to eat vegetables.
  • Q6
    I don't mind.....
    listen to classical music.
    listening to classical music.
    to listen to classical music.
  • Q7
    Let me....
    do it myself.
    to do it myself.
    doing it myself.
  • Q8
    Which is the correct sentence?
    I must to remember doing my homework.
    I must remember to do my homework.
    I must remembering to do my homework.
  • Q9
    What sentence is wrong?
    She likes playing the guitar.
    She learnt playing the guitar.
    She would like to play the guitar.
    She learnt to play the guitar.
  • Q10
    The verb "imagine" is followed by
    both gerund and to-infinitive
    bare infinitive

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