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English Grammar 101 (T10): Pre-Intermediate - infinitive, gerund, describing feelings and situations

Pre-intermediate

- Infinitive, gerund

- Describing feelings and situations


1

He agreed _____ the job as soon as possible.

2

I stopped _____ my book and went to bed.

3

My teachers always expected me _____ well in exams.

4

Let me _____ for the meal. You paid last time.

5

The dentist told me _____ more careful when I brush my teeth.

6

I asked Monica _____ some stamps.

7

I never liked _____ to church when I was a child.

8

Have you finished _____ that letter yet?

9

You can’t _____ your car outside the hospital.

10

David always enjoyed _____ football at school.

11

The TV program was so _____ that I felt asleep.

12

Children can’t get to sleep on Christmas Eve.

They’re too _____.

13

“Hi, Mum!”

“Carol! Thank goodness you rang! Where have you been? We’ve been so _____ about you.”

14

A: Hello, darling. I’ve got a present for you.

B: For me?

A: Don’t look so _____. I often buy you presents.

B: But it isn’t my birthday!

15

The art exhibition was very _____. I loved it.

16

My feet are killing me! I find going round art galleries and museums very _____.

17

Some people don’t go out at night because they’re _____ that someone will rob them.

18

Our financial situation is very _____. We spend more and more, but we’re earning less and less.

19

A: You are yawning. Are you listening to what I am saying?”

B: I am! I’m really _____. I want to know what happened. It’s just that I feel very _____. I went to bed very late last night.

20

“I’m going on a three-month holiday to the Far East.”

“How _____! Lucky you!”

21

“Was your father _____ when you told him your exam results?”

“He was furious.”

22

“What _____ to do?”

“I’m looking for my contact lens. Can you see it?”

23

“I’ll help you. What _____ me to do?”

“Could you do the washing-up while I am doing the cooking?”

24

“What _____ you to do?”

“She (the doctor) told me to stay in bed for a few days.”

25

“My mother was so helpful while she was staying with us”

“What _____ to do?”

26

“What _____ to do tonight?”

“What about going out for a meal?”

27

“What _____ to do after university?”

“I’d like to get a job in publishing.”

28

My family is trying _____ where to go on holiday.

29

I’d like _____ somewhere different for a change.

30

I enjoy _____ places I’ve never been to before.

31

But my children hate _____.

32

They prefer _____ in a swimming pool all day.

33

They refuse _____ out on trips if it’s too hot.

34

Last year we managed _____ a holiday that suited everyone.

35

We decided _____ a house with a swimming pool.

36

A woman from a travel agency helped us _____ a nice house.

37

When we arrived, the people next door invited us _____ a drink with them.

38

We began _____ about next year’s holiday two months ago.

39

Everyone hopes ____ themselves on holiday but it isn’t always easy.

40

My wife and I are starting _____ we should stay at home.

41

I went to the shops _____ some shoes.

42

Do you enjoy _____?

43

When I was young, I _____ ice-skating.

44

He told me he loved me. I didn’t know what _____.

45

Their house is _____ mess! I don’t know how they live in it.

46

There were _____ people at the party! There was nowhere to dance.

47

I’m _____ hungry. I could eat a horse.

48

Jane and Pete are _____ nice people! But I can’t stand their kids.

49

I’ve spent _____ money this week! I don’t know where it’s all gone.

50

A present! For me? You’re _____ kind!

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