1. Complete the sentences. Use the -ing form of the verbs in the box. Then match the sentences with the pictures.
eat out feel get go play wear
1 Tom can’t stand ____________ a jacket and tie.
2 Beth avoided ____________ her hair wet.
3 Mia can’t help ____________ nervous about the exam.
4 Zack suggested ____________ that evening.
5 Henry doesn’t mind ____________ football in the rain.
6 Jo fancies ____________ on safari next year.
1 wearing 2 getting 3 feeling 4 eating out 5 playing 6 doing
1 d 2 a 3 c 4 b 5 e 6 f
2. Complete the sentences. Use the infinitive form of the verbs in the box.
answer be carry come go hear pass tell
1 I hope ________ all exams next year.
2 I offered ________ the suitcase.
3 Try ________ all the questions in the test.
4 Mark pretended not ________ the teacher.
5 Jan refused ________ me where he was going.
6 They decided ________ skiing this winter.
7 Sam didn’t want to come to party on his own, so his sister agreed ________ with him.
8 He promised not ________ late for school.
1 to pass 2 to carry 3 to answer
4 to hear 5 to tell 6 to go 7 to come 8 to be
3. Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 Joanna decided not ________ volleyball after school as she was feeling tired. (play)
2 Carry on ________ I’ll be back in a minute. (work)
3 I look forward to ________ you again. (meet)
4 I can’t help ________ that he is lying to me. (think)
5 Sally broke MP3 player, but she refused ________ me a new one. (buy)
6 I don’t mind ________ you with your homework. (help)
7 Suzi offered ________ me a lift into town. (give)
8 I can’t stand ________ in the school canteen. (eat)
9 Toby suggested ________ to a CD. (listen)
10 Max is pretending ________ asleep, but he isn’t really. (be)
11 Do you fancy ________ to eat this evening? (go out)
12 He promised ________ me before 10. (phone)
1 to play 2 working 3 meeting 4 thinking
5 to buy 6 helping 7 to give 8 eating 9 listening
10 to be 11 going out 12 to phone
4. Write five sentences using the phrases in the chart.
look forward to
do the washing-up
live in a foreign country
get up before 6 a.m.
get a good job
go out in the rain
go home this afternoon
be twenty years old
I can’t imagine getting up before 6 a.m.
I can’t stand going out in the rain.
I don’t mind tidying room.
I hope to live in a foreign country.
I’m looking forward to going home this afternoon.
I refuse to do the washing up.
Look up these verbs in a learner’s dictionary and put them in the correct column.
dare deny imagine manage wish
verb + infinitive
verb + -ing
Write a sentence in your notebook using each verb.