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Gerund or Infinitive?

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It’s always a good idea to revise difficult things to remember such as verb patterns.

So in the following sentences, can you remember which form of the verb is needed, the gerund or the infinitive?
Lesson by Caroline Devane

  • 1. Amy agreed ___ to the hospital with me.



  • 2. My Mum offered ___ me lunch from a really posh restaurant.



  • 3. I don't mind ___ the new student around the school.



  • 4. I always avoid ___ the swimming pool in the school holidays.



  • 5. I quit ___in 2008.



  • 6. I can't afford ___ out all the time.



  • 7. I've decided ___ Spanish this year.



  • 8. I want ___ with dolphins when I go to Mozambique next year.



  • 9. Can you imagine ___ in a different country?



  • 10. I really miss ___ with my best friend. She moved to America.



  • 11. We are going to celebrate ___ the London marathon!



  • 12. When I was a little girl I used to pretend ___ a princess.



  • 13. You deserved ___ that medal. You worked really hard.



  • 14. I tend ___ pasta twice a week.



  • 15. I'm contemplating ___ £70 on a new pair of boots. Is it too much?!