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Gerunds and Infinitives – Exercise 03

A gerund or an infinitive? Change the verb in brackets into the correct form (note that in some cases both forms can be correct). Press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if you don't know. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints!
1. I am trying the process of billing (bill).
2. I am very surprised (see) how nice she really is.
3. They plan (serve) hot dogs at the party.
4. They are eager (start).
5. He was proud (receive) such good reviews.
6. You seem (be) disappointed.
7. They stopped (fight).
8. How much is she prepared (pay)?
9. Jane chose (stay) at home.
10. Jane keeps (forget) her keys.
11. I heard her story about (run away) from the police.
12. I got Tailor (fix) the dish washer.
13. They would like (chat) for a while.
14. She told you (shut up).
15. We are beginning (see) the effects.

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