- Infinitive, gerund
- Describing feelings and situations
He agreed _____ the job as soon as possible.
I stopped _____ my book and went to bed.
My teachers always expected me _____ well in exams.
Let me _____ for the meal. You paid last time.
The dentist told me _____ more careful when I brush my teeth.
I asked Monica _____ some stamps.
I never liked _____ to church when I was a child.
Have you finished _____ that letter yet?
You can’t _____ your car outside the hospital.
David always enjoyed _____ football at school.
to be played
The TV program was so _____ that I felt asleep.
Children can’t get to sleep on Christmas Eve.
They’re too _____.
“Carol! Thank goodness you rang! Where have you been? We’ve been so _____ about you.”
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!
The art exhibition was very _____. I loved it.
My feet are killing me! I find going round art galleries and museums very _____.
Some people don’t go out at night because they’re _____ that someone will rob them.
Our financial situation is very _____. We spend more and more, but we’re earning less and less.
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.
surprised / tiring
excited / worrying
interested / tired
frightened / bored
“I’m going on a three-month holiday to the Far East.”
“How _____! Lucky you!”
“Was your father _____ when you told him your exam results?”
“He was furious.”
“What _____ to do?”
“I’m looking for my contact lens. Can you see it?”
do you try
will you try
are you trying
did you try
“I’ll help you. What _____ me to do?”
“Could you do the washing-up while I am doing the cooking?”
are you wanting
did you want
do you want
“What _____ you to do?”
“She (the doctor) told me to stay in bed for a few days.”
will she tell
did she tell
is she going to tell
does she tell
“My mother was so helpful while she was staying with us”
did she help you
does she help you
will she help you
was she helping you
“What _____ to do tonight?”
“What about going out for a meal?”
do you like
would you like
will you like
“What _____ to do after university?”
“I’d like to get a job in publishing.”
do you hope
will you hope
are you going to hope
are you hope
My family is trying _____ where to go on holiday.
I’d like _____ somewhere different for a change.
I enjoy _____ places I’ve never been to before.
But my children hate _____.
They prefer _____ in a swimming pool all day.
They refuse _____ out on trips if it’s too hot.
Last year we managed _____ a holiday that suited everyone.
We decided _____ a house with a swimming pool.
A woman from a travel agency helped us _____ a nice house.
When we arrived, the people next door invited us _____ a drink with them.
We began _____ about next year’s holiday two months ago.
Everyone hopes ____ themselves on holiday but it isn’t always easy.
My wife and I are starting _____ we should stay at home.
I went to the shops _____ some shoes.
for to buy
Do you enjoy _____?
When I was young, I _____ ice-skating.
used to go
He told me he loved me. I didn’t know what _____.
will I say
Their house is _____ mess! I don’t know how they live in it.
There were _____ people at the party! There was nowhere to dance.
I’m _____ hungry. I could eat a horse.
Jane and Pete are _____ nice people! But I can’t stand their kids.
I’ve spent _____ money this week! I don’t know where it’s all gone.
A present! For me? You’re _____ kind!
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