Gerund or infinitive 7

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Click the most suitable word or phrase in each sentence. ANSWERS
1) I am not used to being | be told what to do.
2) I am sure aunt Grace won't mind to look | looking after the children.
3) Have you arranged meeting | to meet Beth next week?
4) My van skidded off the road and barely missed hitting | to hit a gate.
5) It was very clever of my little daughter to answer | answering the question so well.
6) Dave went to the library in order to borrow | borrowing some books.
7) Pamela objected to being | be called by her surname.
8) My brother offers to lend | lending me some money in cash.
9) It is selfish of Tom buying | to buy sweets for himself only.
10) I look forward to meet | meeting my boyfriend again.
11) John went out to buy | buying a bottle of beer.
12) She detests to spend | spending 45 minutes every day travelling to work and back.
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BE + USED + TO + GERUND

INCORRECT!

BE + USED + TO + GERUND

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NOT + MIND + GERUND

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NOT + MIND + GERUND

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ARANGE + TO + INFINITIVE

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ARANGE + TO + INFINITIVE

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MISS + GERUND

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MISS + GERUND

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IT + BE + ADJECTIVE + OF + PRONOUN/NOUN

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IT + BE + ADJECTIVE + OF + PRONOUN/NOUN

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IN ORDER TO + INFINITIVE

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IN ORDER TO + INFINITIVE

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OBJECT TO + GERUND

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OBJECT TO + GERUND

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OFFER + TO + INFINITIVE

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OFFER + TO + INFINITIVE

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IT + BE + ADJECTIVE + OF + PRONOUN/NOUN

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IT + BE + ADJECTIVE + OF + PRONOUN/NOUN

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LOOK FORWARD TO + GERUND

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LOOK FORWARD TO + GERUND

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THE PURPOSE OF AN ACTION => TO + INFINITIVE

INCORRECT!

THE PURPOSE OF AN ACTION => TO + INFINITIVE

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DETEST + GERUND

INCORRECT!

DETEST + GERUND

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