Test: Gerund or Infinitive
Choose Gerund or Infinitive:
I am planning … (to visit/visiting) my granny next week.
When they stop … (to eat/eating) their lunch, they’ll go to the office.
Does Sally enjoy … (to go/going) to the gym?
John refused … (to answer/answering) my question. (Джон отказался отвечать на мой вопрос.)
What’s the use of (to go/going) to the stadium if you hate (to ski/skiing)?
I think she didn’t mean … (to hurt/hurting) you.
I saw his … (to cross/crossing) the street.
Harry can’t stand … (to work/working) on Saturdays.
We expect … (to leave/leaving) tomorrow.
I don’t mind … (to wash up/washing up).
Teachers don’t want students … (to miss/missing) lessons.
They stopped … (to smoke/smoking) before going to work.
Choose Infinitive with or without “to”:
He often makes me … (feel/to feel) guilty.
The lawyer will … (call/to call) you later.
I’d like … (send/to send) him a present.
Mother wants me … (paint/to paint) the walls in the kitchen.
You have … (be/to be) friendly and polite.
We heard somebody … (enter/to enter) the apartment.
I am trying … (lift/to lift) this heavy stone.
Let me … (give/to give) you some advice.
It may … (cost/to cost) too much.
Translate the sentences from English into Russian:
Variant 1- 2, 7, 10, 12, 13, 16,
Variant 2 - 5, 6, 9, 11, 18, 20