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    Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises

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    participles exercises gerund infinitive exercises when the painter felt the ladder Put the verbs in brackets into the gerund. 1 He gave up (gamble).
    2 Try to avoid (make) him angry.
    3 Stop (argue) and start (work).
    4 The children prefer (watch) TV to (read).
    5 I am against (make) any complaints.
    6 It's no use (cry) over spilt milk. {proverb)
    7 I suggest (hold) another meeting next week.
    8 He finished (speak) and sat down.
    9 He was fined for (drive) without lights.
    10 It is difficult to get used to (eat) with chopsticks.
    11 if you can't turn the key try (put) some oil in the lock.
    12 He lost no time in (get) down to work.
    13 You can't make an omelette without (break) eggs. (proverb)
    14 We are looking forward to (read) your new book.
    15 They escaped by (slide) down ropes made of blankets.
    16 They don't allow (smoke) in here.
    17 He is thinking of (leave) his job and (go) to America.
    18 After (read) this article you will give up (smoke).
    19 If you put your money into that business you risk (lose) every penny.
    20 Imagine (live) with someone who never stops (talk).
    21 Is there anything here worth (buy)?
    22 He was accused of (leak) classified information to the press.
    23 You'd better consult your lawyer before (decide) to buy the property.
    24 I don't enjoy (go) to the dentist.
    25 Would you mind (put) your pet snake somewhere else?
    26 The hostages were rescued without a shot (be) fired.
    27 By (work) day and night he succeeded in (finish) the job in time.
    28 He has a scheme for (make) grass grow in winter.
    29 I don't feel like (work); what about (go) to a disco instead?
    30 Would you mind (write) your name and address on the back of the cheque?
    31 If a thing is worth (do) at all it is worth (do) well. (proverb)
    32 I hate (borrow) money.
    33 He was furious at (be) mistaken for an escaped convict.
    34 After (talk) for ten minutes I succeeded in (convince) him that there was no danger.
    35 I remember (read) a review of that book and (think) I'd like to get.
    36 As a result of (listen) at keyholes he learnt many facts which he no hesitation in (use)
    to his own advantage.





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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises
    bütün fiiler -ing eki alacak,
    sonu -e ile biten fiiller -ing eki alırken -e düşecek (make+ing=making) vs

     
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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises

    Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form (gerund or infinitive)
    1 I am looking forward to (see) you.
    2 He dreads (have) to retire.
    3 I arranged (meet) them here.
    4 He urged us (work) faster.
    5 I wish (see) the manager.
    6 It's no use (wait).
    7 He warned her (not touch) the wire.
    8 Don't forget (lock) the door before (go) to bed.
    9 My mother told me (not speak) to anyone about it.
    10 I can't understand her (behave) like that.
    11 He tried (explain) but she refused (listen).
    12 At dinner she annoyed me by (smoke) between the courses.
    13 You are expected (know) the safety regulations of the college.
    14 He decided (disguise) himself by (dress) as a woman.
    15 lam prepared (wait) here all night if necessary.
    16 Would you mind (show) me how (work) the lift?
    17 After (walk) for three hours we stopped to let the others (catch with us.
    18 I am beginning (understand) what you mean.
    19 He was fined for (exceed) the speed limit.
    20 The boys like (play) games but hate (do) lessons.
    21 I regret (inform) you that your application has been refused.
    22 I couldn't help (overhear) what you said.
    23 Mrs Jones: I don't allow (smoke) in my drawing-room.
    Mrs Smith: I don't allow my family (smoke) at all.
    24 He surprised us all by (go) away without (say) 'Good-bye'.
    25 Please go on (write); I don't mind (wait).
    26 He wore dark glasses (avoid) (be) recognized.
    27 Before (give) evidence you must swear (speak) the truth.
    28 I tried (persuade) him (agree) with your proposal.
    29 Your windows need (clean); would you like me (do) them for you?
    30 Would you mind (shut) the window? I hate (sit) in a draught.
    31 I can't help (sneeze); I caught a cold yesterday from (sit) in a draught.
    32 Do stop (talk): I am trying (finish) a letter.
    33 His doctor advised him (give up) (jog).
    34 My watch keeps (stop). ~
    That's because you keep (forget) (wind) it.

    35 Without (realize) it. he hindered us instead of (help) us.
    36 People used (make) fire by (rub) two sticks together.
     
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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises

    1 seeing 2 having 3 to meet 4 to work 5 to see 6 waiting 7 not to touch 8 to lock, going 9 not to speak 10 behaving II to explain, to listen 12 smoking 13 to know
    14 to disguise, dressing 15 to wait 16 showing, to work 17 walking, catch up 18 to understand 19 exceeding 20 playing, doing 21 to inform 22 overhearing 23 smoking, to smoke 24 going, saying 25 writing, waiting 26 to avoid being 27 giving, to speak 28 to persuade, to agree 29 cleaning, to be cleaned, to do 30 shutting, sitting 31 sneezing, sitting 32 talking, to finish 33 to give up jogging 34 stopping, forgetting to wind 35 realizing,
    helping 36 to make, rubbing
     
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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises
    Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form (gerund or infinitive).
    1 He hates (answer) the phone, and very often just lets it (ring).
    2 If you go on (let) your dog (chase) cars he'll end by (be) run over.
    3 I prefer (drive) to (be driven).
    4 I advise you (start) (look) for a flat at once.
    5 Would you mind (lend) me Ј5? I forgot (cash) a cheque.
    6 (Lie) on this beach is much more pleasant than (sit) in the office.
    7 She likes her children (go) to the dentist every six months.
    8 By (neglect) (take) ordinary precautions he endangered the life of his crew.
    9 An instructor is coming (show) us how (use) the aqualung.
    10 I have no intention of (go) to that film; I couldn't bear (see) my favourite actress in such a dreadful part.
    11 I suggest (telephone) the hospitals before (ask) the police (look) for him.
    12 After (hear) the conditions I decided (not enter) for the competition.
    13 Some people seem (have) a passion for (write) to the newspapers.
    14 He expects me (answer) by return but I have no intention of (reply) at all.
    15 I tried (explain) to him but he refused (listen) and went on (grumble).
    16 By (offer) enormous wages he is persuading men (leave) their present jobs and (work) for him.
    17 He postponed (make) a decision till it was too late (do) anything.
    18 Imagine (have) (get up) at five a.m. every day!
    19 Try (forget) it: it isn't worth (worry) about.
    20 There is no point in (remain) in a dangerous place if you can't do anything (help) the people who have (stay) there.
    21 The horse won't be well enough (run) in tomorrow's race. He doesn't seem
    (have recovered) from his long journey.
    22 At first I enjoyed (listen) to him but after a while I got tired of (hear) the same story again and again.
    23 It is usually easier (learn) a subject by (read) books than by (listen) to lectures.
    24 It wouldn't be safe (start) down now; we'll have (wait) till the mist clears.
    25 After (discuss) the matter for an hour the committee adjourned without (have reached) any decision.
    26 It's not much use (have) a bicycle if you don't know how (ride) it.
    27 He didn't dare (leave) the house because he was afraid of (meet) someone who might (recognize) him.
    28 I distinctly remember (pay) him. I gave him Ј2.
    29 Did you remember (give) him the key of the safe? ~
    No, I didn't. I'll go and do it now.

    30 Please forgive me for (interrupt) you but would you mind (repeat) that last sentence?
    31 I know my hair wants (cut) but I never have time (go) to the hairdresser's.
    32 He made a lot of money by (buy) tickets in advance and (sell) them for twice the price on the day of the match.
    33 She rushed out of the room without (give) me a chance (explain).
    34 He keeps (ask) me the time and I keep (tell) him (buy) himself a watch.
    35 He has a theory that it is possible (tell) the time in daylight by (look) into a cat's eyes.
    36 I'd hate (be) beside a volcano when it started (erupt).
     
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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises

    1 answering, ring 2 letting, chase, being 3 driving, being driven 4 to start looking 5 lending, to cash 6 Lying, sitting 7 to go 8 neglecting to take 9 to show, to use 10 going, to see/seeing 11 telephoning, asking, to look 12 hearing, not to enter 13 to have, writing 14 to answer, replying 15 to explain, to listen, grumbling 16 offering, to leave, (to) work 17 making, to do 18 having to get up 19 to forget, worrying
    20 remaining, to help, to stay 21 to run, to have recovered 22 listening, hearing
    23 to learn, reading, listening 24 to start, to wait 25 discussing, having reached 26 having, to ride 27 (to) leave, meeting, recognize 28 paying 29 to give 30 interrupting, repeating
    31 cutting, to go 32 buying, selling 33 giving, to explain 34 asking, telling, to buy 35 to tell, looking 36 to be, to erupt/erupting
     
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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises
    After like it is sometimes possible to use either gerund or infinitive, but there tends to be a slight difference in implication.
    like + gerund usually means 'enjoy'; it also usually implies that the action is/was performed: I like skating = I enjoy skating (and do skate).
    like + infinitive has more the meaning of 'approve of, like the idea or habit'. In the affirmative it gives no indication as to whether the action is performed or not, and in the negative implies that it is not performed.

    I didn't like saying it usually means 1 said it, unwillingly', but
    I didn't like to say it usually means 1 didn't say it' (because it didn't seem right or
    sensible). The distinction, however, is not rigid. The above notes are, therefore, only
    guides which may safely be followed.
    Put the verbs in brackets into gerund or infinitive.
    1 I used (ride) a lot but I haven't had a chance (do) any since (come) here. ~
    I ride sometimes. Would you like (come) with me next time?

    2 Most people prefer (spend) money to (earn) it.
    3 I resented (be) unjustly accused and asked him (apologize).
    4 It isn't good for children (eat) too many sweets.
    5 I didn't feel like (work) so I suggested (spend) the day in the garden.
    6 Why do you keep (look) back? Are you afraid of (be) followed?
    7 Do you remember (post) the letter? ~
    Yes, I do; I posted it in the letter-box near my gate.

    8 Did you remember (lock) the door? ~
    No, I didn't. I'd better (go) back and (do) it now.

    9 You still have a lot (learn) if you'll forgive my (say) so.
    10 It's no use (try) (interrupt) him. You'll have (wait) till he stops (talk).
    11 I'm for (do) nothing till the police arrive. They don't like you (move) anything when a crime has been committed.
    12 He didn't like (leave) the children alone in the house but he had no alternative as he had (go) out to work.
    13 Why didn't you drink it?-
    I didn't like (drink) it as I didn't know what it was.

    14 I'm very sorry for (be) late. It was good of you (wait) for me.
    15 I keep (try) (make) mayonnaise but I never succeed. ~
    Try (add) the yolk of a hard-boiled egg.

    16 Do you feel like (go) to a film or would you rather (stay) at home?
    17 She told me (look) through her correspondence and (take) out any letters that you had
    written her. I didn't like (look) through someone else's letters but I had (do) as she said.
    18 He took to (get up) early and (walk) noisily about the house.
    19 I liked (listen) to folk music much better than (listen) to pop.
    20 The car began (make) an extraordinary noise so I stopped (see) what it was.
    21 You'll never regret (do) a kind action.
    22 He decided (put) broken glass on top of his wall (prevent) boys (climb) over it.
    23 He annoyed me very much by (take) the piece of cake that I was keeping (eat) after my
    supper.
    24 He kept (ring) up and (ask) for an explanation and she didn't know what (do) about him.
    25 We got tired of (wait) for the weather (clear) and finally decided (set) out in the rain.
    26 He made me (repeat) his instructions (make) sure that I understood what I was (do) after he had gone.
    27 I suggest (leave) the car here and (send) a breakdown van (tow) it to the garage.
    28 She apologized for (borrow) my sewing-machine without (ask) permission and
    promised never (do) it again.
    29 I didn't mean (offend) anyone but somehow I succeeded in (annoy) them all.
    30 She claimed (be able) (tell) the future by (gaze) into her crystal ball.
    31 He never thinks of (get) out of your way; he expects you (walk) round him.
    32 You don't need (ask) his permission every time you want (leave) the room.
    33 The police accused him of (set) fire to the building but he denied (have been) in the area on the night of the fire.
    34 I left my door open. Why didn't you walk in? ~
    I didn't like (go) in when you weren't there.

    35 It's much better (go) to a hairdresser than (try) (save) time by (cut) your own hair.
    [FONT=&quot]36[/FONT][FONT=&quot] I'd rather (earn) my living by (scrub) floors than (make) money by (blackmail) people.[/FONT][FONT=&quot] [/FONT]
     
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    Cevap: Gerunds - Infinitives and Participles Exercises

    1 to ride, to do, coming, to come 2 spending, earning 3 being, to apologize
    4 to eat 5 working, spending 6 looking, being 7 posting 8 to lock, go, do 9 to learn, saying 10 trying to interrupt, to wait, talking 11 doing, to move/moving 12 leaving, to go 13 to drink 14 being, to wait 15 trying to make, adding 16 going, stay 17 to look, (to) take, looking, to do 18 getting up, walking 19 listening, listening 20 to make/making, to see
    21 doing 22 to put, to prevent, climbing 23 taking, to eat 24 ringing, asking, to do

    25 waiting, to clear, to set 26 repeat, to make, to do 27 leaving, sending, to tow
    28 borrowing, asking, to do 29 to offend, annoying 30 to be able to tell, gazing 31 getting,
    to walk 32 to ask, to leave 33 setting, having been 34 to go 35 to go, (to) try to save, cutting 36 earn, scrubbing, make, blackmailing
     
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    This exercise includes examples of both ing forms, the gerund and the present participle. Either present participle or infinitive without to can be used after verbs of the senses.
    Put the verbs in brackets into a correct form. When more than one
    form is possible it will be noted in the key.

    1 When the painter felt the ladder (begin) (slip) he grabbed the glitter (save) himself from
    (fall).
    2 The snow kept (fall) and the workmen grew tired of (try) (keep) the roads clear.
    3 He offered (lend) me the money. I didn't like (take) it but I had no alternative.
    4 What was in the letter? ~
    I don't know. I didn't like (open) it as it wasn't addressed to me.

    5 Do you remember (read) about it? ~
    No, at that time I was too young (read) newspapers.

    6 Did you remember (book) seats for the theatre tomorrow? ~
    Yes, I have the tickets here. Would you like (keep) them? I am inclined (lose) theatre

    tickets.
    7 Try (avoid) (be) late. He hates (be) kept (wait).
    8 I didn't know how (get) to your house so I stopped (ask) the way.
    9 I wish my refrigerator would stop (make) that horrible noise. You can't hear anyone
    (speak).
    10 This book tells you how (win) at games without actually (cheat).
    11 The gunman began (fire). He felt a bullet (graze) his cheek.
    12 He heard the clock (strike) six and knew that it was time for him (get) up.
    13 I can hear the bell (ring) but nobody seems (be coming) (open) the door.
    14 Did you advise him (go) to the police? ~
    No, I didn't like (give) any advice on such a difficult matter.

    15 He wanted (put) my chameleon on a tartan rug and (watch) it (change) colour.
    16 It is easy (see) animals on the road in daylight but sometimes at night it is very difficult (avoid) (hit) them.
    17 The tire seems (be) out. ~
    It can't be quite out. I can hear the wood (crackle).

    18 I caught him (climb) over my wall. I asked him (explain) but he refused (say) anything, so in the end I had (let) him (go).
    19 When at last I succeeded in (convince) him that I wanted (get) home quickly he put his foot on the accelerator and I felt the car (leap) forward.
    20 I'm not used to (drive) on the left. -
    When you see everyone else (do) it you'll find it quite easy (do) yourself.

    21 It is pleasant (sit) by the fire at night and (hear) the wind (howl) outside.
    22 There was no way of (get) out of the building except by (climb) down a rope and Ann
    was too terrified (do) this.
    23 We heard the engines (roar) as the plane began (move) and we saw the people on the ground (wave) good-bye.
    24 It's no good (write) to him; he never answers letters. The only thing (do) is (go) and (see) him.
    25 Why did you go all round the field instead of (walk) across it? ~
    I didn't like (cross) it because of the bull. I never see a bull without (think) that it wants (chase) me.

    26 The people in the flat below seem (be having) a party. You can hear the champagne corks (thud) against their ceiling.
    27 I don't like (get) bills but when I do get them I like (pay) them promptly.
    28 Ask him (come) in. Don't keep him (stand) at the door.
    29 The boys next door used (like) (make) and (fly) model aeroplanes, but they seem to have stopped (do) that now.
    30 I knew I wasn't the first (arrive), for I saw smoke (rise) from the chimney.
    31 We watched the men (saw) the tree and as we were walking away heard it (fall) with a tremendous crash.
    32 I hate (see) a child (cry).
    33 We watched the children (jump) from a window and (fall) into a blanket held by the people below.
    34 It is very unpleasant (wake) up and (hear) the rain (beat) on the windows.
    35 He saw the lorry (begin) (roll) forwards but he was too far away (do) anything (stop) it.
    36 There are people who can't help (laugh) when they see someone (slip) on a banana skin.
     
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    1 beginning to slip/begin to slip/begin slipping, to save, falling 2 falling, trying to keep 3 to lend, taking 4 to open 5 reading, to read 6 to book, to keep, to lose
    7 to avoid being, being/to be, waiting 8 to get, to ask 9 making, speak/speaking
    10 to win, cheating 11 firing/to fire, graze 12 strike/striking, to get 13 ringing/ring, to be coming to open 14 to go, to give 15 to put, (to) watch, change/changing 16 to see, to avoid hitting 17 to be, crackling 18 climbing, to explain, to say, to let, go 19 convincing, to get, leap 20 driving, doing, to do 21 to sit, (to) hear, howling 22 getting, climbing, to do 23 roar/roaring, to move/moving, waving 24 writing, to do, to go, see 25 walking, to
    cross, thinking, to chase 26 to be having, thudding 27 getting, to pay 28 to come, standing 29 to like making and flying . . . doing 30 to arrive, rising 31 sawing, fall/falling 32 to see/seeing, crying/cry 33 jump/jumping, fall/falling 34 to wake, (to) hear, beating

    35 beginning to roll/begin to roll/begin rolling, to do, to stop 36 laughing, slipping/slip
     
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