Gerunds & Infinitives Verbs Challenge!
Some verbs are followed by a gerund and some by an infinitive.
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We must ________.
You ought to_____________.
He’d better _____________.
You should ______________.
His parents make him ____________.
My boss let me ________________.
I can’t ________ .
He might ________.
I may __________.
He admitted _______ the money.
Try to avoid ________ a noise.
It’s not worth _____________.
I can’t help _______ in love.
I can’t stand _________ for people who are late to meetings.
She carried on __________.
He didn’t deny ________ it.
I really enjoy ________ live music.
I feel like ________.
When he finishes ________ we’ll have a vote.
She’s giving up _______.
If you keep on ________ you’ll see a hotel on the right.
I’m really looking forward to_______ the family.
I can’t imagine _______ in a really cold place.
I don’t mind ______ for a while.
I really miss ________ a garden.
They postponed _______ the report.
I really need to practise ______.
I recommend _______.
I regret ______ this house.
I can’t risk ______ my job.
I spent all day _______ the kitchen.
I suggest ______ after 6.
I can’t afford ______ the train.
She agreed ______ the bills.
He appears _______ dangerous.
We arranged ______ dinner with them next week.
I won’t be able _____.
I can’t wait ______ you again.
He chose _____ .
I’ve decided _______ a new car.
He played well and deserved ______.
I never expected ______ .
Do you happen ______ the time?
Don’t hesitate ______.
I hope______ from you soon.
She’s learning ______ the guitar.
Did you manage _______ the test first time?
I offered ______.
We planned ______ by 6.
He pretended ______ rich, but his clothes were old.
I promise ______ you.
He refused ______ it.
It seems _______ broken.
He’s teaching me ________.
We tend ______ at the weekend.
They threatened ________ the police.
I wanted _____ you something.
I would like _____ a ticket please.