Add the gerund or infinitive form (with or without “to”) of the verb in brackets. Scroll down for the answers
- “I don’t feel like _______ (cook) for so many people. How about _______ (order) some pizzas?”
- Glen really enjoys _______ (read) books by Stephen King.
- We arranged _______ (meet) my cousins at the entrance to the amusement park.
- At work Sonia agreed _______ (take) a pay cut. However, she refused _______ (work) longer hours.
- I’m not sure it’s worth _______ (go) to the party now. It’s probably almost over.
- Julian spends all his time _______ (study) these days.
- When he graduates Damian would like _______ (work) for a national newspaper.
- Pamela can’t stand people _______ (wear) fur coats.
- Before _______ (become) a rock star, Sting used _______ (be) a teacher.
- The book was so funny it made me _______ (laugh) out loud.
- They were so busy _______ (look at) the cute dog that they didn’t notice the bus had arrived.
- _______ (Study) languages online is become more and more popular.
Verb Patterns (1): Gerund or Infinitive?
Verb Patterns (2): Gerund or Infinitive? (Special cases: Forget / Remember / Stop / Need)
Verb Patterns (4): Gerund or Infinitive?
Verb Patterns (5): Verb + Object + Infinitive
- cooking, ordering
- to meet
- to take, to work
- to work
- becoming, to be
- laugh (no ‘to’)
- looking at