Gerund or Infinitive

Gerunds und Infinitives sind Verbformen, die ein Nomen im Satz ersetzen können.

Bitte tragen Sie die Verben in der korrekten Form ein. Es sollte entweder das Gerund oder den Infinitive verwendet werden.

I can't think of _____ (go) to visit her without _____ (buy) some presents.

The professor gave the scholars some time _____ (think).

The band plans _____ (start) _____ (play) by 8pm.

I am looking forward to _____ (see) you again.

I intend _____ (study) Spanish _____ (understand) Argentine business methods.

He still plans on _____ (marry) her even after she refused _____ (buy) an engagement ring.

I cannot resist _____ (eat) pasta when I am in Italy.

He enjoys _____ (go) to bars and _____ (dance) in clubs all night long.

He stopped _____ (live) in Paris when he realised it was time for him _____ (move) on.

Don't forget _____ (turn) off the oven before _____ (leave) the kitchen.

I understood _____ (buy) flowers for your girlfriend on St Valentine's Day was a bit old-fashioned.

 

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answers:

I can't think of going to visit her without buying some presents.

The professor gave the scholars some time to think.

The band plans to start playing by 8pm.

I am looking forward to seeing you again.

I intend to study Spanish to understand Argentine business methods.

He still plans on marrying her even after she refused to buy an engagement ring.

I cannot resist eating pasta when I am in Italy.

She enjoys going to bars and dancing in clubs all night long.

He stopped living in Paris when he realised it was time for him to move on.

Don't forget to turn off the oven before leaving the kitchen.

I understood buying flowers for your girlfriend on St Valentine's Day was a bit old-fashioned.

 

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